New York City FC suffered another consecutive slump. This time visiting the New England Revolutions, 2-1. With this result, the Revs ‘claimed’ the defeat suffered at the ‘Casona’ in El Bronx (Yankee Stadium), on August 28.
Match corresponding to the twenty-fourth week / day in MLS. It is worth mentioning that the New York Citizen ended up playing with one man less due to the expulsion of Alfredo Moralez for accumulating yellow cards.
Encounter where The Boys in Blue traveled with the mentality of succeeding again and recovering ground. And despite the fact that they managed to open the scoring at minute 11, with a score by Uruguayan Santiago Rodríguez.
But those led by the experienced Bruce Arena, managed to tie at minute 21, through the Ghanaian, Emmanuel Boatteng. Going to rest 1-1.
Later, in the final stage, Arena made a double modification and it was notably successful when substitute Carles Gil assisted the other substitute Tajon Buchaman to achieve the tiebreaker and last goal of the match.
With this result, New York City FC fell to fourth place, remaining with 34 points. His next engagement was on Tuesday, September 14 and then on Saturday, September 18, he will visit FC Cincinnati.
Red Bull equalizes with DC U
The NY Red Bulls, which is in the middle of a ‘fight’ looking for a place in the postseason, achieved a valuable draw against the ‘visiting’ DC United 1-1
Meeting played at the Red Bull Arena, where those led by Argentine strategist Hernán Losada started with good plays, ball position and with some arrivals to the danger area.
But it was the ‘hosts’ who surprised by opening the scoring with a great goal from Dru Yearwood, assisted by Patrick Klimala. Then at the edge of minute 44, the controversial play occurred, the shot by Paul Arriola (DCU), but Sean Nealis (NYCFC), trying to avoid it, turned around and the ball passed through his arm, but the Central after reviewing the VAR signals a penalty , penalty charged and converted by Ola Kamara.
In the final stage, the actions continued with some dangerous arrivals but without being able to carry them out.
With this result in NY Red Bulls he is sharing with the Chicago Fire, the tenth place with 23 units. The next game for the NY Red Bulls was on Tuesday (September 14), facing the Columbus Crew and then on Saturday, September 18, visiting Inter Miami CF.