New York Red Bulls 1, New England Revolution 0
Thursday, July 13, 2017 - 7:30 p.m. ET
Jordan Field | Boston, Mass.
NY - Bradley Wright-Phillips (Felipe) 87'
NE - Antonio Milinar Delamea (caution, unsporting behavior) 13'
NY - Aaron Long (caution, unsporting behavior) 22'
NE - Chris Tierney (caution, unsporting behavior) 66'
NE - Benjamin Angoua (ejection, violent conduct) 75'
NE - Andrew Farrell (caution, unsporting behavior) 89'
NY - Felipe (caution, unsporting behavior) 90+3'
NY - Sacha Kljestan (caution, unsporting behavior) 90+5'
New York Red Bulls: Ryan Meara; Connor Lade, Aaron Long, Sal Zizzo, Sean Davis, Tyler Adams, Felipe, Danny Royer, Sacha Kljestan ©, Alex Muyl, Bradley Wright-Phillips (Gonzalo Veron, 90+1')
TOTAL SHOTS: 14; SHOTS ON GOAL: 6; FOULS: 19; OFFSIDE: 2; CORNER KICKS: 2; SAVES: 3
New England Revolution: Brad Knighton; Antonio Milnar Delamea, Benjamin Angoua, Chris Tierney (Brian Wright, 90'), Andrew Farrell, Diego Fagundez, Lee Nguyen ©, Scott Caldwell, Gershon Koffie, Teal Bunbury (London Woodberry, 78'), Kei Kamara
TOTAL SHOTS: 7; SHOTS ON GOAL: 3; FOULS: 20; OFFSIDE: 1; CORNER KICKS: 4; SAVES: 5
Referee: Jorge Gonzalez
Assistant Referee: Craig Lowry, Tom Felice
Fourth Official: Michael Dee
- The New York Red Bulls defeated the New England Revolution, 1-0 on Thursday night at Harvard University's Jordan Field to advance to the semifinals of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup for the first time since 2003.
- Bradley Wright-Phillips scored the game winner in the 87th minute to give New York the victory.
- New York advances to its fifth U.S. Open Cup semifinal in franchise history, and first since 2003.
- The Red Bulls also defeated the Revs last week, 3-2 at Gillette Stadium. New York has now won six of its last eight matches across all competitions, including five of the last six. The Red Bulls have won three-consecutive matches for the second time this season. New York previously took nine points from a three-game homestand against D.C., Columbus and Chicago in April.
- Thursday night's U.S. Open Cup quarterfinal win was déjà vu of 2003's quarterfinal win, as New York was able to advance to the semifinals on a 2-1 victory over New England.
- Felipe, from outside the box, chipped a pass forward to Wright-Phillips, who redirected the pass to the near post to guide the Red Bulls to their first Open Cup semifinal appearance since 2003.
- BWP recorded his 87th career goal and his first career U.S. Open Cup goal. Wright-Phillips has tallied 78 MLS regular-season, seven MLS playoff, one CONCACAF Champions League and one Open Cup goal.
- Ryan Meara recorded his fourth career Open Cup shutout, tallying three saves. Meara has tallied 13 saves and has allowed just one goal in three Open Cup matches this season. He has now tied Tony Meola's club record for Open Cup wins and shutouts.
- Felipe tallied his third game-winning assist of the season and ninth of his career. The New York midfielder has tallied two MLS regular-season game-winning assist previous to today's match, including the pass that set up Gonzalo Veron's game-winner last week at Gillette.
- Vincent Bezecourt made the gameday roster against New England after being called up on short-term loan from NYRB II, the club's USL affiliate.
- U.S. Soccer will conduct the draw for hosting scenarios tomorrow, July 14 at 11 a.m. ET. The other Eastern matchup between FC Cincinnati and Miami FC is still TBD after being rained out on Wednesday. The draw will determine hosting for semifinal matchups, as well as hosting priority for the Open Cup final. U.S. Soccer will provide a live stream of Friday's draw on the U.S. Soccer YouTube Channel.
- New York welcomes San Jose to Red Bull Arena on Wednesday, July 19. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. ET with coverage on MSG, MSG GO and New York Red Bulls Radio on TuneIn.