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Red Bulls Reserves Top Toronto FC 3-1

MONTCLAIR, NJ (Sept. 30, 2012) – The New York Red Bulls wrapped up their MLS Reserve League schedule with a 3-1 win over Toronto FC at MSU Soccer Park at Pittser Field Sunday morning. With the win, the Red Bulls ended the year with a 6-2-2 record and 20 points.

The Red Bulls took the lead in the 11th minute when Toronto FC’s Dicoy Williams deflected a New York cross into his own net. However, Toronto FC equalized 15 minutes later. Forward Keith Makubuya had possession in the left side of the penalty box and drove a pass towards the back post that Andrew Weideman slid in from close range.

New York then reclaimed the lead in the 36th minute. Jose Angulo won the ball in midfield and drove down the left wing before delivering a low cross into the box that Armando Moreno tapped home. The Red Bulls wrapped up the result two minutes from full time, as Joe Cullen brought down a Nicki Paterson corner kick and Angulo fired the loose ball into the top corner of the net.

In first team action, New York hosts the second of three consecutive home matches on Saturday, Oct. 6 when it takes on the Chicago Fire at 3:30 PM at Red Bull Arena. Toronto FC returns to play on the same day, facing D.C. United at 1:00 PM at BMO Field. For tickets to Red Bulls matches, call 1.877.RBSOCCER or log onto www.newyorkredbulls.com.

New York Red Bulls 3, Toronto FC 1
September 30, 2012 – MSU Soccer Park at Pittser Field – Montclair, NJ
MLS Reserve League

Scoring Summary:
NY: Dicoy Williams (own goal) 11’
TOR: Andrew Weideman (Keith Makubuya) 26’
NY: Armando Moreno (Jose Angulo) 36’
NY: Jose Angulo (Joe Cullen, Nicki Paterson) 88’

Disciplinary Summary:
TOR: Stephen Almeida (caution) 68’

New York Red Bulls – Jeremy Vuolo (GK), Jonathan Borrajo, Stephen Keel, Tyler Ruthven, Joe Funicello*, Ethan Decker**, Adam Najem**, Nicki Paterson*, Jhonny Arteaga (Joe Cullen* 60’), Jose Angulo, Armando Moreno**

Substitutes Not Used: None

Toronto FC – Quillan Roberts (GK), Tyler Pasher** (Alain Sargeant** 46’), Doneil Henry, Dicoy Williams, Stephen Almeida**, Oscar Cordon, Eric Avila, Josh Janniere**, Andrew Weideman (Nicholas Lindsay 46’), Sergio Camargo**, Keith Makubuya

Substitute Not Used: Adrian Cann

Referee: Neil Barbulescu
Referee’s Assistants: Albert Calise, Alex Chilowicz
4th Referee: Kris Larwa

* - Guest Player
** - Academy Player

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