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10- Cincinnati’s win against New York on Sunday was the first time that the home team was victorious in a matchup between these two clubs in the last ten meetings across all competitions.
12- Across all competitions, the Red Bulls have 12 home wins. To keep their season alive, they’ll need to secure a 13th.
1- With one more goal this postseason, forward Elias Manoel would tie Bradley Wright-Phillips and Adolfo Valencia for most goals scored in a single postseason by a New York Red Bulls player.
14- Sunday’s win over the Red Bulls was Cincinnati’s 14th win at home across all MLS competitions.
60- With their three goals on Sunday night against the Red Bulls, FC Cincinnati has now scored 60 goals across 35 MLS matches.
100- An appearance against Cincinnati at Red Bull Arena on Saturday would be midefielder Dru Yearwood’s 100th for the club across all competitions.