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NYC FC fell in Nashville

New York City FC

The New York City FC could not string together another consecutive gain, to the fall of ‘visitors’ to the Nashville SC 3-1.

Although it is true, the New York Citizen started with a wide position on the ball, they were led by the British, Gary Smith, who managed to open the scoring at minute 30, with a score by Hany Mukhtar and two minutes later (32 ‘) he bulged it thanks to Vuk Latinovich’s own goal.

It should be mentioned that Latinovich had not played since his debut last 1st. of May. Until last Saturday he returned to the starting eleven and ‘giving away a score.

Then at minute 44, there was an attempt to fight after a foul by Dax McCarty on Maxi Moralez, which produced the clash between the two, for this reason, the Central Referee, Timothy Ford sanctioned both with a red card.

In the final stage, the actions had just started, after a break from Charles Sapong, sending the ball to Hany Mukhtar and he kicked across the board, scoring the third goal for his team.

Finally, at minute 90, The Boys in Blue got the discount with a score from Valentin “Taty” Castellanos, after an excellent service from Alfredo Morales.

With this result, New York City FC remains in third place Eastern Conference with 34 points.

The next commitment for the Networker Citizen will be on Saturday, September 11, visiting the New England Revolution.

Red Bulls lost to Chicago

Neither the NY Red Bulls managed to add another consecutive victory and this new defeat complicates their outlook to qualify for the postseason.

The tenants of Harrison, NJ, came from beating the Columbus Crew by the minimum account, last Wednesday (August 18), but then on Saturday (August 28), when they received a visit from the Chicago Fire, they could not string another profit and despite having used all the possible variants, he, unfortunately, ended up losing 1-0.

The only score of the match came on the edge of minute 32, after a throw-in and a confusing play inside the area that was used by Robert Beric to send the ball to the back of the nets.

Annotation that supposedly Beric was in an advanced position and had been invalidated by a linesman, but then the Central, Víctor Rivas, after reviewing the VAR, conceded the annotation.

With this defeat, the NY Red Bulls dropped to tenth place with 22 points.
His next game will be on Saturday, September 11, receiving a visit from the seventh-place occupant, DC United.

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