- SUN 06/28/155:00PM EDTMLS1 - 3
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The New York Red Bulls opened the 2015 campaign with a 1-1 draw against Sporting Kansas City on Sunday evening at Sporting Park in Kansas City.
A Lloyd Sam blast in the 54th minute pulled New York even, but the Red Bulls failed to score in the final 20 minutes against a 10-man Sporting side.
Sporting had a pair of late chances to try and steal the game. In the 89th minute a quick turnover in the Red Bulls' half saw a ball flashed across the box and put just wide by Dwyer. Dwyer had another chance in the 91st minute, running onto a long ball behind the defense, but Robles got himself in front of the shot to preserve the draw and the point.
The New York Red Bulls opened the sixth season of soccer at Red Bull Arena with a 2-0 victory over D.C. United on Sunday evening in Harrison. Bradley Wright-Phillips and Lloyd Sam scored the goals, while Luis Robles earned his first clean sheet of the season.
The Red Bulls set the pace throughout the contest, particularly in the early going. New York opened strong, getting the better of the play early on and setting the tone with several scoring chances.
“That was a good performance,” said Red Bulls head coach Jesse Marsch. “[It was] great to get our first win at home. One of our goals this year has been to be very strong at home and I thought, for the most part, that the game was dictated by our guys and played at our tempo. I thought it was a good result.”
Columbus Crew SC are familiar with winning games on long-range chips, but it was the New York Red Bulls who found a lofted winner to clinch their 2-1 victory over Columbus Saturday night.
The Red Bulls left a frigid MAPFRE Stadium victorious thanks to a historic floated effort from substitute Mike Grella, who netted a mere seconds after entering the match. The 67th-minute goal was the Red Bulls' 1000th as a club, making them the fifth MLS side after the LA Galaxy, D.C. United, FC Dallas and Columbus to hit that mark.
After a dominant display over Toronto FC in Week 2, Crew SC were frustrated and uncomfortable, while New York was ready to pounce on the Columbus mistakes to earn their second win in two weeks and stay unbeaten in 2015.
The New York Red Bulls earned a gutsy road point on Saturday night at RFK Stadium, taking a 2-2 draw on a 90th minute goal from Lloyd Sam. With the tie, New York remains undefeated through four games of the 2015 season.
Sam’s goal in the waning moments salvaged a point after the Red Bulls fell behind 2-0. Perry Kitchen scored twice for D.C., finishing a corner in the 26th minute before firing a shot past Red Bulls ‘keeper Luis Robles in the 67th minute. Just after play resumed, New York earned a corner, which was taken quickly by Sal Zizzo and finished off at the back post by Damien Perrinelle. The Frenchman’s first-career MLS goal gave New York life with just over 20 minutes remaining.
“The second goal really woke us up,” said Red Bulls head coach Jesse Marsch. “To see use respond the way we did, going down 2-0 on the road is certainly a moment where I think the team came together really well, and a moment where I’m really proud of the guys and how they stuck together.”
The New York Red Bulls continued their unbeaten run to start the season with a complete 2-0 win over the San Jose Earthquakes on Friday evening at Red Bull Arena on the strength of goals from Sacha Kljestan and Mike Grella. The 3-0-2 Red Bulls return to the top of the Eastern Conference with 11 points.
"I think it was a good game for us and a good game at home,” said Red Bulls head coach Jesse Marsch.
“Obviously getting a 2-0 lead helps the game a little bit, but I think we've set the standard high for ourselves early on in the season, and we know we can play a little bit better, but at the same time, I don't think that the game was ever out of grasp.”
The New York Red Bulls played to a 1-1 draw with the LA Galaxy on Sunday evening at Red Bull Arena to improve to 3-0-3 and remain undefeated. New York overcame an early LA goal with a marker from Felipe in the second half to stretch the unbeaten run to start the season to six games.
“I thought that we controlled the game from the opening whistle and for 90 minutes we were on top of the match,” said Red Bulls head coach Jesse Marsch. “Getting the early goal for them really changed the match a little bit and meant that we were pushing and they were sitting back but overall I thought that the little tactical details for what we needed to do to be on top of the match were good.
The guys pushed and pushed to get the equalizer and we were a little bit unlucky not to find the lead. So overall I would give it a positive performance.”
The New York Red Bulls played to a 1-1 draw with the Colorado Rapids on Wednesday night at Red Bull Arena.
Bradley Wright-Phillips put away a penalty in the 29th minute to answer a 25th minute strike from the Rapids.
With the draw, the Red Bulls move to 3-0-4 on the season and remain the only undefeated side in MLS.
A rematch of last season’s Eastern Conference final happened to also be a showcase of the two hottest teams in MLS, so something had to give.
In the first of three regular season meetings between the Revolution and the Red Bulls, it was New England who came out on top to extend their unbeaten streak to seven games (5-0-2) while in the process handing New York their first loss of the season (3-1-4), 2-1. T
he New York Red Bulls entered Gillette Stadium for their third match in seven days, with four players receiving their first starts of the season and their two leading scorers - Bradley Wright-Phillips and Lloyd Sam – getting some due rest on the bench at the onset.
The New York Red Bulls earned a decisive 2-1 victory over New York City FC in the first edition of the New York Derby on Sunday evening at Red Bull Arena.
Bradley Wright-Phillips scored twice, and the Red Bulls were able to hold off NYC FC despite being reduced to 10 men early in the contest.
With the win, the Red Bulls move to 4-1-4 on the season and remain undefeated at home (3-0-2). New York City FC falls to 1-6-3 on the year.
In a game expected to feature goals from two of the more potent attacks in the league, the New York Red Bulls and FC Dallas instead played to a 0-0 draw in a match full of defensive intensity on Friday night at Toyota Stadium.
The Red Bulls entered the contest tied for the second-best defense in MLS and stood up to the challenge of facing the most high-powered offense, allowing just three shots on goal throughout the match.
They bottled up star winger Fabian Castillo for much of the night as well and were consistently able to get bodies between him and New York goalkeeper Luis Robles.
After failing in their seven prior attempts, the Philadelphia Union finally bested the New York Red Bulls on the road, coming alive in the second half to earn a surprising 2-0 victory over their I-95 rival Sunday evening.
Despite the Red Bulls controlling play for most of the first half, the Union drew first blood with some clever passing in the attacking third that allowed midfielder Cristian Maidana to collect the ball with time and space at the top of the area. After Maidana sent his effort toward goal, Nogueira’s backheel in front of net put the ball past a helpless Luis Robles for a 1-0 Philly lead in the 57th minute. Seemingly shellshocked, the Red Bulls saw their deficit double in size just five minutes later.
Looking to push forward in search of the equalizer, New York got burned as defender Karl Ouimette committed a costly turnover at midfield and could not recover. Union fullback Fabinho raced down the left wing before centering to a wide-open C.J. Sapong, who tapped in from close range to put Philadelphia up 2-0.
- Attendance: 40,194
It may have been Clint Dempsey or it may have been Chad Barrett – all that really matters is that the Seattle Sounders scored a stoppage-time winner to steal a 2-1 victory against the New York Red Bulls on Sunday afternoon at CenturyLink Field.
In the end, it was Barrett who was credited with the goal, a sneaky finish set up by Dempsey’s cutback of a Tyrone Mears cross that looked like it was primed for the back of the net before the second-half sub swooped in and finished the job.
Barrett’s goal completed the Sounders’ comeback from New York midfielder Lloyd Sam’s 36th minute opener, with Marco Pappa equalizing in the 69th minute before the late heroics gave Seattle all three points.
he New York Red Bulls fell to the Houston Dynamo, 4-2, on Friday night at BBVA Compass Stadium.
Two Dynamo goals in a four minute span made the difference, as New York took a first-half lead on a Mike Grella goal but were unable to hold on as the Dynamo struck four times in the second half.
Red Bulls forward Anatole Abang scored his first MLS goal just before full-time. With the loss, the Red Bulls move to 4-4-5 on the season, and 1-3-3 on the road.
The New York Red Bulls earned a 3-0 victory over Atlanta Silverbacks FC in the fourth round of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup on Tuesday night at Red Bull Arena. Early goals from Lloyd Sam and Ronald Zubar got things rolling, while homegrown midfielder Sean Davis scored his first professional goal.
It was the Red Bulls first win in the Open Cup since May 29, 2013, when the club defeated Reading United of the PDL. With the victory, New York improves to 21-18 all-time in Open Cup play, and 5-0 at Red Bull Arena.
The Red Bulls sent out a full-strength starting lineup, and put in a complete 90 minute performance to secure the victory and a place in the next round of the tournament.
- Attendance: 20,053
The New York Red Bulls fell to Vancouver Whitecaps FC, 2-1, on Saturday night at Red Bull Arena.
New York was reduced to 10 men early, and could not overcome a two-goal deficit in the second half.
- Attendance: 15,844
After enduring a month-long tailspin, the New York Red Bulls finally made a return to the win column with a 1-0 victory over Real Salt Lake on Wednesday night.
Mike Grella scored a fourth-minute goal and the Red Bulls were able to comfortably see out their first win since May 10 as the visitors ended the match with nine men after red cards in each half to playmaker Javier Morales and Demar Phillips.
Head coach Jesse Marsch made five changes to the lineup that fell 2-1 to Vancouver on Sunday night, and those changes paid near instant dividends with two new additions linking up to assist New York’s lone tally.
- Attendance: 48,047
Chris Duvall and Bradley Wright-Phillips scored twice in a five-minute span early in the second half and Matt Miazga added an insurance goal to lift the New York Red Bulls to a 3-1 win over New York City FC in front of a sellout crowd of 48,047 at Yankee Stadium on Sunday.
Thomas McNamara scored the lone goal for NYCFC (4-8-5), which had its four-match unbeaten streak snapped, while the Red Bulls (6-5-5) made it two wins in a row after knocking off Real Salt Lake on Wednesday.
It was the second meeting between the burgeoning rivals after the Red Bulls prevailed in the first encounter, 2-1, at Red Bull Arena in May. The third and final showdown is back in Harrison on Aug. 9.