New York Red Bulls (10-9-6) 3, Montreal Impact (8-6-9) 1
Saturday, August 13, 2016 - 7 p.m.
Red Bull Arena – Harrison, N.J.
MTL – Ignacio Piatti (13) (Matteo Mancosu, Marco Donadel) 21’
NY – Bradley Wright-Phillips (13) (Sacha Kljestan, Sean Davis) 22’
NY – Bradley Wright-Phillips (14) (Sean Davis) 41’
NY – Sean Davis (2) (Mike Grella) 46’
NY – Aurelien Collin (caution, hand ball) 14'
MTL – Ambroise Oyongo (ejection, serious foul) 48’
MTL – Hernan Bernardello (caution, foul) 50’
MTL – Calum Mallace (caution, foul) 69’
NY – Alex Muyl (caution, foul) 87’
New York Red Bulls: Luis Robles; Kemar Lawrence, Ronald Zubar, Aurelien Collin (Sal Zizzo, 60’) Chris Duvall, Sean Davis, Felipe, Alex Muyl, Sacha Kljestan © (Omer Damari, 79’), Mike Grella, Bradley Wright-Phillips (Gonzalo Veron, 70’)
TOTAL SHOTS: 16; SHOTS ON GOAL: 7; FOULS: 14; OFFSIDE: 2; CORNER KICKS: 9; SAVES: 3
Montreal Impact: Evan Bush; Hassoun Camara, Ambroise Oyongo, Laurent Ciman, Victor Cabrera, Calum Mallace, Marco Donadel (Donny Toia, 52’), Ignacio Piatti ©, Hernan Bernardello, Matteo Mancosu (Lucas Ontivero, 79’), Didier Drogba (Michael Salazar, 86’)
TOTAL SHOTS: 11; SHOTS ON GOAL: 4; FOULS: 13; OFFSIDE: 5; CORNER KICKS: 3; SAVES: 4
Referee: Chris Penso
Referee's Assistants: Kathryn Nesbitt, Eric Weisbrod
4th Official: Jaime Herrera
- Bradley Wright-Phillips scored two goals to become New York’s all-time leading goal scorer in MLS play (59 goals) to lead the host Red Bulls to a 3-1 victory over Montreal Saturday evening at Red Bull Arena.
- The Red Bulls are 10-9-6 on the season and 9-2-1 at Red Bull Arena.
- New York is currently tied for second in the Eastern Conference with 36 points along with Toronto FC. Toronto FC plays tonight at Houston.
- New York is undefeated in its last seven MLS matches, the longest unbeaten stretch of the season. The Red Bulls have not lost in the last eight overall, including Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League.
- New York is 6-0-0 all-time against Montreal at Red Bull Arena.
- Bradley Wright-Phillips scored his team-leading 13th goal of the season to tie the game at one in the 22nd minute. It came just one minute after Montreal took a 1-0 lead.
- The goal was the 58th of Bradley Wright-Phillips’ career to tie Juan Pablo Angel for the franchise record.
- Sean Davis and Sacha Kljestan had the assists on the BWP goal. It was Kljestan’s league-leading 14th assist of the season.
- Kljestan also tied the franchise’s single-season assist record with his 14th. He also recorded 14 in 2015 and shares the single-season record with Thierry Henry and Eduardo Hurtado.
- Bradley Wright-Phillips scored his 59th career MLS goal to pass Juan Pablo Angel atop the franchise record book for career league goals. The goal was his second of the night on a perfect ball from Davis.
- Bradley Wright-Phillips extended his club record with his 14th career multi-goal game with his brace vs. Montreal.
- Davis recorded his first career multi-assist game with two assists in the opening 45 minutes.
- Davis added to the lead in the 46th minute with his second goal in as many games to extend the margin to 3-1. Mike Grella added the assist on the Davis goal.
- Montreal’s Ambroise Oyongo was issued a straight red card in the 48th minute with his serious foul on Davis.
- New York entered the match scoring 2.09 goals per game at home, the second-best mark in MLS.
- Luis Robles made his 131st regular season start in goal for New York and made three saves in the victory.
- The Red Bulls return to action Tuesday, August 16 at Alianza in group play of the Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League. Kickoff is set for 10 p.m. ET with live coverage on Red Bulls Radio on TuneIn.