For more than two decades, the New York Red Bulls and D.C. United have carried on the oldest, and often the most heated, rivalry in Major League Soccer. And their Wednesday night meeting at Red Bull Arena added yet another wild chapter to the annals of the Atlantic Cup.
Tyler Adams scored his first two MLS goals and Gonzalo Veron earned, then finished a clutch late penalty kick to give the hosts a 3-2 advantage in the dying minutes.
But Patrick Mullins scored his fifth in two games, Zoltan Stieber opened his United account with a deflected free kick and an injury-time own goal by Fidel Escobar snatched a late draw for D.C.
19' - NY - Tyler Adams
45+1' - DC - Zoltan Stieber
70' - DC - Patrick Mullins
74' - NY - Tyler Adams
78' - NY - Gonzalo Veron (PK)
90+1' - DC - Fidel Escobar (OG)
NY: Saturday, September 30 at Toronto FC (7 p.m. ET | MSG, MSG GO, New York Red Bulls Radio on Tunein)