NYRB II Draw TFC II, 0-0, at BMO Field

New York Red Bulls II 0, Toronto FC II 0

USL Regular Season: Match 7

Saturday, April 28, 2018 – 6:30 p.m. ET

BMO Field | Toronto, Canada


Box Score

 


Scoring Summary:

None

Misconduct Summary:

TOR – Gideo Waja (caution) 21’

NY – Amando Moreno (caution) 38’

TOR – Ben Spencer (caution) 60’

NY – Ethan Kutler (caution) 64’

TOR – Mariano Mino (dissent) 72’

NY – Jared Stroud (caution) 80’


NYRB II: Evan Louro; Niko De Vera, Jordan Scarlett, Hassan Ndam, Ethan Kutler, Chris Lema, Andrew Tinari, Jose Aguinaga, Amando Moreno (Jared Stroud 63’), Stefano Bonomo (Tom Barlow 79’), Brian White

TOTAL SHOTS: 9; SHOTS ON GOAL: 2; FOULS: 13; OFFSIDE: 4; CORNER KICKS: 6; SAVES: 3

TOR: Caleb Patterson-Sewell; Robert Boskovic, Julian Dunn-Johnson, Kyle Bjornethun, Brandon Onkony, Gideo Waja (Luca Uccello 76’), Aidan Daniels, Malik Johnson (Olakunle Dada-Luke 64’), Mariano Mino, Noble Okello Ayo, Ben Spencer (Ayo Akinola 88’)

TOTAL SHOTS: 5; SHOTS ON GOAL: 3; FOULS: 17; OFFSIDE: 7; CORNER KICKS: 3; SAVES: 2

 

Attendance: 117



 

  • New York Red Bulls II (3-1-3, 12 points) and Toronto FC II (0-4-2, 2 points) played in frigid conditions at BMO Field Saturday night ending in a 0-0 draw.
  • The draw extended NYRB II’s unbeaten streak to five matches.
  • Red Bulls Academy product Chris Lema made his first career USL pro start going the full 90.
  • New York’s best chance of the first half came in the 38th minute in what looked to be the opening goal of the match from Amando Moreno but the referee ruled a handball and issued him a yellow.
  • Evan Louro went virtually untested making three saves and recording, along with the backline, their second clean sheet of the season.
  • In the 60th minute, Moreno was taken down in the penalty area and awarded a penalty kick. Stefano Bonomo’s attempt would be saved by TFC II goalkeeper Caleb Patterson-Sewell.
  • Before returning home to New York, NYRB II will continue their road trip in Canada making the trip to face the Ottawa Fury FC in a Wednesday matinee. Kickoff is set for 10:30 a.m. ET and can be seen live on ESPN+.
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