Minnesota midfielder Kevin Molino to miss rest of season with torn ACL

Minnesota United midfielder Kevin Molino is expected to miss the rest of the season with a torn ACL, the club confirmed on Monday. He's scheduled to undergo surgery in the coming weeks.

Molino spent six seasons in Orlando, between the club's USL iteration and its first two years in MLS. But then, six minutes after the restart of his second outing, disaster struck as he was replaced with a serious injury to his left knee, which will nearly certainly rule him out of any further involvement on the football field in this calendar year for club or country.

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The Minnesota United midfielder will undergo surgery to fix a torn ACL of his left knee and is expected to miss the rest of the 2018 season.

Molino has notched 20 goals and 19 assists in 69 MLS matches since entering the league in 2015. He scored twice in the 2018 opener at San Jose and assisted on the first goal at Orlando City. He returned to record 11 goals and eight assists for Orlando in 2016, finishing as a finalist for MLS Comeback Player of the Year honors.

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Molino was likely to feature for Trinidad and Tobago in friendlies away to Guadeloupe and Martinique later this month.

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