The Red Bulls continued their revival behind goals from four different players, as they crushed FC Dallas, 4-0, at Red Bull Arena. READ MATCH RECAP
POST GAME VIDEO
- Marsch's Post-Game Press Conference
- McCarty: Red Bulls Have a Lot of Belief in One Another
- Sam: It's Coming Together
- More Post Game Reactions
A non-call in the 63rd minute of the New York Red Bulls 3-2 win on Sunday night drew the ire of Orlando City head coach Adrian Heath, who thought that his forward Cyle Larin was blatantly fouled. Moments later, the Red Bulls would equalize, the first of three goals in a 10-minute span.
Except now there's photo evidence that even if Red Bulls central defender Karl Ouimette had committed a foul on the play, a foul that likely would've been a red card and reduced New York to 10-men, Larin was offsides. So even if Ouimette had been whistled for a foul, it was on a play where Larin was offsides before the alleged foul took place.
4/24 - BWP'S TWO-GOAL EFFORT POWERS RED BULLS OVER ORLANDO CITY
Bradley Wright-Phillips tallied two goals, including scoring the game-winner, as the Red Bulls erupted in the second half for three scores in a 10-minute span, as they beat Orlando City SC, 3-2, Sunday night to snap the clubs four-match skid. WATCH MARSCH'S POST MATCH REMARKS
MORE POST MATCH VIDEO:
- BWP: The Goals Are Going to Come for Red Bulls
- McCarty: Red Bulls Have A Lot of Character
- Kljestan: Red Bulls Can Gain Confidence from Victory
- Grella: Red Bulls Need to Keep Moving Forward
Fernando Ruiz has no remembrance of how the first-ever home match in MetroStars history went down, a now infamous Nicola Caricola own-goal in the game’s final seconds dooming the club in a 1-0 loss to the New England Revolution. He was underneath Giants Stadium, somewhere inside its cavernous bowels. READ MORE
It was April 20, 1996, when the upstart NY/NJ MetroStars first-ever home match at Giants Stadium went up in smoke, a last-second own goal that New York Red Bulls head coach Jesse Marsch remembers to this day. READ MORE
Despite getting a goal from Ronald Zubar to end a 337-minute scoreless run, the Red Bulls dropped their fourth straight after suffering a 2-1 loss to the Rapids Saturday. WATCH MATCH ANALYSIS
For the fifth time in sixth matches, the Red Bulls were held off the scoreboard, as they suffered a 2-0 loss to the Earthquakes in San Jose. WATCH MATCH ANALYSIS
4/12 - RED BULLS SET TO MOVE ON FROM AMOBI OKUGO
It appears that the answer to the New York Red Bulls current needs at centerback won’t be found in Amobi Okugo. The 25-year-old Okugo, on trial with the Red Bulls for nearly two weeks, “won’t be signing with the team” a source tells MSGNetworks.com.
4/11 - MARSCH, RED BULLS LOOK AHEAD TO WEDNESDAY'S MATCH VS. SAN JOSE
After Monday's training session, Jesse Marsch gave his thoughts on the San Jose Earthquakes and what the Red Bulls need to do to get a result in Wednesday's match (MSG+, 10 PM).
MORE VIDEO FROM MONDAY'S PRACTICE:
- Kljestan: We Have to Hone in on Not Making Mistakes in San Jose
- Robles: I Have a Lot of Confidence in This Red Bulls Squad
- Grella: We Just Haven't Put It Together Yet
Despite outshooting Sporting Kansas City 22-7, the Red Bulls were shut out for the fourth time in five matches, as they suffered a 2-0 loss Saturday night at Red Bull Arena.
- Red Bulls Fans Explain Story Behind Special Tifo
- Marsch Post Game: We Weren't Able to Make the Final Play
As best as he can remember, New York Red Bulls’ Chris Duvall has never started a competitive match as a center back. That could very well change this Saturday night when one of MLS's best young outside backs might be asked to slide into a central defender’s role.
With the Red Bulls down Ronald Zubar and Gideon Baah due to hamstring injuries, head coach Jesse Marsch turned to left back Kemar Lawrence last week to get the start at central defense. Lawrence left Friday night’s 1-0 loss to the New England Revolution with a knee ligament strain. It was Duvall who came into the final 25 minutes of the match to spell Lawrence and it appears likely that Duvall will get the nod Saturday night at Red Bull Arena against Sporting Kansas City (6:30 PM, MSG2).
Scoring hasn't been going according to plan for the Red Bulls this season. In three out of the first four matches, the defending Supporters’ Shield winners have been held off the scoreboard. The Red Bulls have been hit with crippling injuries on defense with Ronald Zubar, Gideon Baah and Kemar Lawrence all sidelined. Bradley Wright-Phillips has yet to find the back of the net after being one of Major League Soccer’s most prolific strikers in the last two seasons (34 goals in 66 games). READ MORE
Despite outshooting the Revolution 16-10, the Red Bulls were held scoreless for the third time this season, losing, 1-0, in New England Friday. READ GAME RECAP
3/30 - MARSCH PREVIEWS FRIDAY'S RED BULLS- REVOLUTION MATCH
Jesse Marsch talks about where the Red Bulls can improve, Friday's match with the Revolution and the statuses of Ronald Zubar, Gonzalo Veron and Gideon Baah.
- McCarty: Red Bulls Have To Be Better Defensively
- Grella: Red Bulls Ready To Pick Up Three Points Against Revolution
3/23 - FEARLESS RED BULLS FIGHT BACK IN DRAMATIC WIN
Injury-ravaged and down 2-1 at halftime to the Houston Dynamo, the Red Bulls faced a critical moment in their 2016 campaign this past Saturday. With an 0-3 start staring the defending Supporters’ Shield holders straight in the face, coach Jesse Marsch urged his team to show resolve in the second half. READ MORE
3/18 - RED BULLS RALLY PAST DYNAMO
Felipe Martins' 83rd-minute free kick finished off a two-goal night for the midfielder, as the Red Bulls came from behind for a 4-3 win over the Dynamo Saturday night.
MORE POST GAME
- Felipe: Red Bulls Put Everything Into the Second Half
- Marsch: We Rose to the Challenge
- Grella: Red Bulls Played With No Fear
3/16 - BULLS RUN: RED BULLS SEARCH FOR GOALS
Two games, no goals and five conceded. It makes for tough reading for Red Bulls fans. After being the highest scoring team in Major League Soccer last season, the defending Supporters’ Shield winners have been held scoreless in the first two games of the 2016 campaign. READ MORE
3/12 - RED BULLS SHUT OUT IN MONTREAL
The Red Bulls and Impact played a scoreless first half, but Montreal exploded for three goals in the second to defeat the Red Bulls, 3-0, Saturday in Montreal. WATCH MATCH HIGHLIGHTS
3/10 - MARSCH: RED BULLS ARE READY FOR IMPACT
Jesse Marsch talks about what the Red Bulls need to do when they clash with the Impact, the challenges New York faces against Montreal, Gideon Baah's performance in the season opener, possible roster moves and much more. Don't miss the Red Bulls battle the Impact Saturday at 3:30 PM on MSG+. VIEW CHANNEL LISTINGS
- Sam: Red Bulls Need To Be Sharp vs. Impact
- McCarty: Red Bulls Are Not in Panic Mode
- Baah & Ouimette Preview Red Bulls-Impact
3/8 - BULLS RUN: RED BULLS HIT ROADBLOCK
In any soccer match, one would expect the team with over 60 percent possession to come away with the win. Not for the Red Bulls during their season-opener Sunday. Despite having 63 percent possession, the defending Supporters' Shield winners came up short in trying to break down a stubborn Toronto FC defense. READ MORE
3/6 - RED BULLS DROP SEASON OPENER
Sebastian Giovinco converted a penalty kick in the 82nd minute and Tronto FC added another goal in stoppage time as the Red Bulls opened the 2016 season with a 2-0 loss Sunday at Red Bull Arena.
- Highlights & Analysis
- Marsch: We Need to Be Sharper
- Robles On Giovinvo's Penalty Shot
- Ronald Zubar Post Game Reaction
- Supporters' Shield Banner Raised to Rafters
Will last year's disappointment fuel the Red Bulls to greater success in 2016? Our Lucky Ngamwajasat previews the new season. Don't miss full coverage of the Red Bulls' season opener Sunday at 1 PM on MSG. READ LATEST BULLS RUN
3/3 - KLJESTAN: ULTIMATE GOAL IS TO WIN MLS CUP
Sacha Kljestan talks about the Red Bulls' expectations for the 2016 season, the team's identity, how the roster is still intact, the new tactical adjustments and how he spent his offseason. Don't miss full coverage of the season opener Sunday against Toronto FC at 1 PM on MSG.
- BWP: Red Bulls Are Good Enough To Win It All
- Sam: Red Bulls Want to Get to MLS Cup
- Red Bulls Players Discuss 2016
3/2 - MARSCH: DEMANDS ARE HIGHER THIS SEASON
Jesse Marsch looks ahead to the 2016 Red Bulls season and explains why the disappointment of 2015 will serve as a rallying point for his team. Don't miss full coverage of the season opener Sunday against Toronto FC at 1 PM on MSG.
MEET THE 2016 RED BULLS
After coming so close to the MLS Cup Final last year, the Red Bulls are primed to finish the job this season. Take a look at how the 2016 roster was constructed in this interactive timeline. MEET THE 2016 RED BULLS