- Friday, April 29th7:00PM ETRed Bulls Radio English, Red Bulls Radio En Español, UniMasMLS4 - 0
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- Attendance: 11,849
The New York Red Bulls fell to the New England Revolution, 1-0, on Friday night at Gillette Stadium. The Revolution's Diego Fagundez scored in the 55th minute; while the Red Bulls were reduced to 10 men after Felipe was shown a straight red card in the 61st minute.
- Attendance: 21,406
The New York Red Bulls fell to Sporting Kansas City, 2-0, on Saturday night at Red Bull Arena. Sporting’s Benny Feilhaber scored in the 17th minute and Dom Dwyer doubled the lead in the 60th minute.
New York is now 1-4-0 on the season, and 20-20-13 all-time in the regular season against Kansas City. The Red Bulls are 11-6-8 at home against SKC.
- Attendance: 18,000
The New York Red Bulls fell to the San Jose Earthquakes, 2-0 on Wednesday night at Avaya Stadium. Fatai Alashe and Chris Wondolowski each scored for the home side.
Luis Robles tied an MLS record on the night, starting and playing a full 90 minutes for the 112th consecutive league match, tying Kevin Hartman's record. Robles has not missed a regular season game since his first start at the end of the 2012 season.
- Attendance: 10,670
The New York Red Bulls fell to the Colorado Rapids, 2-1 on Saturday night at a snow-covered Dick’s Sporting Goods Park. Ronald Zubar scored the Red Bulls goal.
Red Bulls goalkeeper Luis Robles set a new MLS record for consecutive complete games played, going the full 90 minutes for the 113th consecutive league match.
- Attendance: 18,238
The New York Red Bulls were victorious on Sunday night at Red Bull Arena in a comeback win against Orlando City SC, 3-2. Mike Grella tallied the opening goal and Bradley Wright-Phillips scored twice for New York.
- Attendance: 18,025
The New York Red Bulls defeated FC Dallas at Red Bull Arena on Friday evening, 4-0. Lloyd Sam opened the scoring in the first half, while Sacha Kljestan, Mike Grella and Felipe finished off the visitors with second half goals. The victory propels New York into fourth place of the Eastern Conference standings with a 3-6-0 record.
The Red Bulls are now 21-17-5 all-time versus Dallas and 12-8-2 all-time at home.