Sporting Kansas City 2, New York Red Bulls 0
Wednesday, May 3, 2017 - 8:30 p.m. ET
Children’s Mercy Park | Kansas City, Kan.
SKC – Dom Dwyer 4 (unassisted) 46’
SKC – Dom Dwyer 5 (Benny Feilhaber) 68’
SKC – Ike Opara (caution, foul) 30’
SKC – Dom Dwyer (caution, foul) 51’
NY – Sean Davis (caution, foul) 62’
NY – Connor Lade (caution, foul) 76’
NY – Bradley Wright-Phillips (cautions, foul) 90+1’
New York Red Bulls: Luis Robles ©; Connor Lade, Sal Zizzo, Aaron Long, Michael Amir Murillo, Felipe, Gonzalo Veron (Sacha Kljestan, 57’), Sean Davis, Alex Muyl, Derrick Etienne Jr. (Bradley Wright-Phillips, 65’), Fredrik Gulbrandsen (Danny Royer, 69’)
TOTAL SHOTS: 6; SHOTS ON GOAL: 2; FOULS: 10; OFFSIDE: 1; CORNER KICKS: 3; SAVES: 6
Sporting KC: Tim Melia; Graham Zusi, Seth Sinovic, Ike Opara, Matt Besler ©, Roger Espinoza (Soni Mustivar, 90+1’), Ilie Sanchez, Benny Feilhaber, Jimmy Medranda (Daniel Salloi, 90+1’) Gerso Fernandes, Dom Dwyer (Soony Saad, 90+3’)
TOTAL SHOTS: 18; SHOTS ON GOAL: 8; FOULS: 16; OFFSIDE: 5; CORNER KICKS: 2; SAVES: 2
Referee: Allen Chapmen
Referee's Assistants: Danny Thornberry, Nick Uranga
4th Official: Edvin Jurisevic
- The New York Red Bulls fell to Sporting Kansas City, 2-0 on Wednesday night at Children’s Mercy Park in Kansas City, Kansas.
- New York is now 5-4-1 on the season, and 1-4-0 on the road.
- Head coach Jesse Marsch made six changes to the lineup that earned a 2-1 win over Chicago last Saturday night.
- Luis Robles wore the captain’s armband in his 150th consecutive MLS start. During the match, Robles surpassed Tim Howard on the franchise’s all-time saves list, moving into second place with his 443rd save. He made six saves on the night, tying his season-high.
- New York started four Homegrowns in an MLS match for the first time in franchise history, with Connor Lade, Sean Davis, Alex Muyl and Derrick Etienne Jr. all in the Starting XI.
- New York enters the weekend in second place in the East, two points behind Orlando City SC.
- New York is 44-41-21 all-time in the Month of May.
- New York has scored 161 goals in the month of May, and allowed 152.
- Head coach Jesse Marsch owns a 39-23-16 mark with the Red Bulls.
- New York will travel home briefly before heading to Philadelphia for a match against the Union on Saturday night. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. ET, with coverage on MSG2, MSG GO and Red Bulls Radio in English and Spanish. New York returns home the following weekend, hosting the Los Angeles Galaxy on Sunday, May 14.