By the Numbers

BY THE NUMBERS, pres. by NJ Lottery: New England Revolution vs. New York Red Bulls


Get to know the matchup in By The Numbers, presented by New Jersey Lottery:

19- With a total of 42 goals this season, New England has scored 19 goals more than the Red Bulls in one fewer league match.

2- Saturday night’s 2-0 loss to Inter Miami was the first time in six matches that Carlos Coronel and the Red Bulls defense had allowed more than one goal. That streak included three clean sheets in the previous five matches.

100- Defender and Captain Sean Nealis made his 100th MLS appearance for the Red Bulls on Saturday against Inter Miami.

4- The Red Bulls have won the last four meetings between the two clubs, including twice this season. In New York’s last visit to Gillette Stadium, a 10-man New York side beat the Revs 1-0 behind an Andrew Farrell own goal.

15- In 48 appearances for New England, goalkeeper Djordje Petrovic recorded 15 clean sheets across all competitions. The Serbian shot-stopper was sold to Chelsea for a club-record fee on August 26.

4- Midfielder Frankie Amaya is still the leading goal-scorer across all competitions with four. Only seven Red Bulls players have more than one goal this season.