Saturday's storm held off long enough for MNUFC and Chicago Fire to go the full ninety-minutes, but in the timespan it was raining goals at Allianz Field. Emanuel Reynoso, Kervin Arriaga and Robin Lod all found the back of the net to give the Loons an impressive 3-0 win over the Fire, who had only allowed two goals prior to their trip to St. Paul. Up next, Minnesota United heads west to sunny Los Angeles to face LAFC this Sunday, May 1. Los Angeles is a tough place to play, and so far this season, Portland has been the only team to leave Banc of California with a point of any sort after they tied LAFC 1-1 on March 6. Draws have been commonplace between MNUFC and LAFC with their last three matches ending with the teams splitting the points. Going into Sunday's game, both the Loons and LAFC are fresh off of a three-game week that ended in three sets of three points. As long as the Loons continue to maintain their momentum, they stand a good chance to top the white-hot Western Conference leaders.