Read my full gamer and notebook from Sunday's 5-1 victory for Minnesota United against LAFC on Sunday at TCF Bank Stadium. 

Now let's talk a bit about Romario Ibarra. The Loons' newest addition came on for Christian Ramirez in the 78th minute. Here's how coach Adrian Heath assessed the winger's play.

"It’s never an easy time to come on when people are tired, and ... we’re defending so deep," Heath said. "He wants to come in, and he’s chasing the ball. You know, he’ll be better for the 15, 20 minutes that he got, and he’ll obviously get some work in in the next few days. And we’ll see about where he is in terms of does he play next weekend in Vancouver."

Ibarra said his debut was a "very good thing."

"The team won and won big," Ibarra said in Spanish through a translator. "I was able to enter in the final minutes, and I did well. Just hoping to be able to adapt in the best way possible in the upcoming games."

Also, here's a quote from midfielder Rasmus Schuller, who scored his first goal for the Loons to open the game. 

"It had been almost two years since I have scored," Schuller said. "So it felt good."

Rewatch my Facebook Live below or click here. Also enjoy a video from Heath's presser.

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