Following its best performance of the young season, FC Tampa Bay resumed its practice schedule with a two-hour workout Monday morning at Shimberg Fields.
The primary focus of practice was on recovery, as well as some possession work.
"Today was an encouraging workout. The boys were upbeat and had a great attitude," said assistant coach David Hayes. "The hard work finally paid off Saturday night and the guys worked even harder this morning to continue that high standard that we expect."
FC Tampa Bay combined all aspects of its game in a complete 3-0 victory over Montreal on Saturday night. The defense posted its third shutout of the Impact already this season, with rookie Jeff Attinella earning his first career clean sheet, and the offense broke out with a season-high three goals.
FC Tampa Bay returns to action this Saturday night, May 28, when it travels to Minnesota to face the Stars at 8:30 p.m. ET. The match is the first of two straight road games as the club then meets FC Edmonton at Foote Field on Tuesday, May 31 at 9:30 p.m. ET.
Defender Andres Arango suffered a thigh contusion against Montreal and is expected to miss a few days of practice. His status for this week's game is questionable.
Defender Omar Jarun injured his knee on Saturday night and is also expected to be sidelined for a few days this week. His status for this week's game is questionable.
Forward Warren Ukah sustained a knee injury versus the Impact and missed practice on Monday. He will undergo more tests on Tuesday.