POST-GAME NOTES: New England Revolution 1, New York Red Bulls o

  • The New York Red Bulls fell to the New England Revolution, 1-0, on Friday night at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough. Diego Fagundez scored the goal for New England, while New York's Felipe was shown a straight red card in the 61st minute.
  • New York is 23-29-15 all-time vs. New England, including a 5-21-7 mark in Foxborough.
  • New York is 35-29-20 all-time in the month of April. The Red Bulls have scored 113 goals in April all-time and have conceded 98 goals during the month.
  • New York played a scoreless first half for the third time in four outings this season.
  • Red Bulls captain Dax McCarty made his 146th appearance for the club, which places him tied for third in team history with Carlos Mendes in career appearances. It was McCarty's 141st start in a Red Bulls kit, a category in which he is second only to Mike Petke's 158 career starts.
  • New York goalkeeper Luis Robles started and played a full 90 minutes for the 110th consecutive MLS regular season match, pulling to within two games of the league record, held by Kevin Hartman. Robles made five saves in the match and was shown a yellow card in the 55th minute.
  • Chris Duvall entered the game as a substitute in the 58th minute, replacing an injured Kemar Lawrence at center back. It was the first competitive action for Duvall since suffering a broken leg against the New York Cosmos in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup on July 1, 2015.
  • The Red Bulls outshot the Revolution, 16-10, and 6-5 on target. New York held a slight edge in possession for the match, finishing with 52%.
  • New York returns to action Saturday, April 9 at Red Bull Arena vs. Sporting Kansas City. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. with live coverage in English and Spanish on MSG, MSGGO and Red Bulls Radio on TuneIn.
  • Red Bull Arena will be fully activated to support Autism Awareness Night, which will include the venue's security staff being trained on how to work with children and adults affected with Autism; a dedicated entrance at Gates C1 to ensure easy ingress for families; a dedicated Quiet Zone to provide those in the autism community with a sensory friendly and judgment free environment; the national anthem singer will be a person affected with Autism; the photo booth in the "BULLevard" area will have an Autism Awareness theme; players to wear Autism Awareness themed items on the pitch; limited-edition matchday poster with Autism Awareness theme will be given to first 5,000 fans.
  • The Red Bulls will partner with Autism Speaks, the world's leading autism science and advocacy organization, dedicated to funding research into the causes, prevention, treatments and a possible cure for Autism.

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