Alex Muyl and Bradley Wright-Phillips scored early in the second half as United's RBA nightmares continued
D.C. United were undone early in the second half against the New York Red Bulls, conceding two goals as United's rivals took the first leg of the 2017 edition of the Atlantic Cup. Alex Muyl scored his first goal of the season just moments into the second half, and Bradley Wright-Phillips made it two in the 62nd minute.
Dylan Remick, Cubo Torres score as Dynamo win over Red Bulls.
The Houston Dynamo were back in action on Saturday night against the New York Red Bulls after a week off. In their return to BBVA Compass Stadium the Dynamo came back with an expanded injury list which included Romell Quioto who dislocated his shoulder while playing for Honduras in their game against the USMNT.
Bradley Wright-Phillips won't be leaving his current home any time soon.
The New York Red Bulls rewarded Wright-Phillips with a new multi-year deal on Wednesday, making him the club's third Designated Player. The forward previously earned DP distinction before seeing his deal bought down with Targeted Allocation Money.
Upheaval in New Jersey may add up to some regression for the Red Bulls
The New York Red Bulls, unfortunately, have been good for a few years now. Really good. They've gotten at least 50 points in each of the last five seasons, and in four of those five they topped 55 points. They ran into a problem last season in MVP voting because they had two players splitting ballots.
No one has had an offseason quite like Dax McCarty. The midfielder received a call-up to the U.S. Men's National Team January camp, got married and was unexpectedly traded by the New York Red Bulls to the Chicago Fire on Monday.
The whirlwind weekend, one which started with getting married and ended with his first training session in California with the USMNT, is something McCarty is still adjusting to.
The Union will enter the playoffs on a historic winless streak.
On Sunday evening, the Philadelphia Union officially became a playoff team for the first time since 2011. Despite the feat, boos filled the rapidly emptying stadium after the final whistle. Though the Union finally clinched a spot in the playoffs, they did so with a 2-0 loss to their I-95 rivals, the New York Red Bulls.
It's the last game of the regular season. If things go well, it won't be the last game of the year.
It's the last match of the regular season, and the Philadelphia Union host the New York Red Bulls. While that would normally light a fire in the bellies of the players and fans, this time it seems like more of an afterthought.
The Union didn't dominate the opening 15 minutes, NY just had the wrong approach. Philly was in control for a bit after going ahead, but Josh Yaro's injury gave the home side a chance to regroup and dominate.
Timbers won't admit it, but they want Seattle to pass them for the last playoff spot
Happy Labor Day everyone! While the Sounders took the weekend off, some of the teams around them did not even though Portland played Dallas as if they had. The loss in Portland still stings but with two in hand again on our rivals and only four points back, the playoffs are definitely in reach.
HARRISON, N.J. Bradley Wright-Phillips was antarctic cold at the start of the season. Now, he is as hot as any striker in MLS.
The New York Red Bulls picked up their latest win of the campaign on Sunday afternoon by edging the New England Revolution, 1-0, and once again it was Wright-Phillips who was largely responsible for the three points that were picked up.
HARRISON, N.J. One player is out for the season, another for about a month, andanother remains a question mark.
The New York Red Bulls are hurting in a big way right now.
Bradley Wright-Phillips, Damien Perrinelle, and Connor Lade all suffered injuries during the Red Bulls' 2-2 road draw with the LA Galaxy this past weekend, adding them to the club's list of walking wounded that already includes captain Dax McCarty and reserve centerback Gideon Baah.
BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. –When the New York Red Bulls went to thelocker room athalftime Sunday they had lost their captain to injury, were being outshot 4-0 and had just conceded two goals in 12 minutes,allowingan early lead disappear against the Chicago Fire.
New York will push up and their midfield will fly around but no, they don't have wings.
Energy drinks can pick you up and they usually do, but a crash always follows. New York started 1-6-0 before their Red Bull kicked in and oh my did it kick. Just three points in seven matches but then 16 points in the next seven going 5-1-1 in that stretch.
The Swiss midfielder was instrumental in the Philadelphia Union's victory over New York City FC.
Philadelphia Union midfielder Tranquillo Barnetta has been named to Major League Soccer's Team of the Week for Week 8. The Swiss midfielder had an assist and was instrumental in Philadelphia's 2-0 win over rivals New York City FC on Saturday, propelling the blue and gold into first place in the Eastern Conference.
The New York Red Bulls registered three second-half goals against Orlando City, in a controversial 3-2 comeback victory. The win gives the Red Bulls their second of the season, pushing them off the bottom of the Eastern Conference standings.
Orlando City opened the scoring after just three minutes, when Rafael Ramos played a low cross into the path of Cyle Larin.
HARRISON, N.J. — This isn't the offense that the New York Red Bulls or their fans have become accustomed to seeing over recent seasons.
While the Red Bulls have managed to muster up opportunities in their opening five games of the 2016 MLS season, the team has just four goals to show for it, all of which came against the Houston Dynamo.
With a score of 110 points, Rolfin' on the River led the league this round. Bradley Wright-Phillips (NYR, $12.3) scored an armband-aided 26 points with two goals to lead the team. Behind him were Ignacio Piatti (MTL, $11.9), who scored two goals of his own for 15 points, and the DCU pair of Lloyd Sam ($9.
Roland Alberg had an explosive middle of the season, but is there room for him on the roster next year?
Quick, name the top players in MLS in terms of goals scored per minute played. If you thought of Sebastian Giovinco, Bradley Wright-Phillips, David Villa, Frank Lampard, Ola Kamara and players like that, you were right.
FoxSports continues their summer of soccer with a match between the Seattle Sounders and the New York Red Bulls. The 4:30 PM Pacific game on Sunday June 19th pits two teams with mid-table records against each other after a two week break for the Copa America. Clint Dempsey will not be present for Seattle.