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Recap: New York Red Bulls Drop One Late, Lose to Revs, 3-1

photo by Matt Kremkau

HARRISON, NJ - Adam Buska's goal in stoppage time gave the conference and league-leading New England Revolution their third straight win over the New York Red Bulls, coming from behind to defeat them, 3-2 at Red Bull Arena.

Still stinging after their 1-0 defeat at the hands of their bitter rivals, D.C. United on Sunday, the Red Bulls were looking for a much-improved performance in front of their supporters at Red Bull Arena on Saturday.

And right at kickoff, then did just that. As the Red Bulls got on the scoreboard in the 8th minute, Kyle Duncan brought the ball down the sideline who found Wiki Carmona open, and he let loose a blistering shot that beat New England goalkeeper Brad Knighton on his left side for his fort goal of the season.

The Revolution had two opportunities to level the match, the first one happened in the 22nd minute as Gustavo Bou's shot was blocked by Amro Tarek, but Adam Buska's follow-up shot hit the post, the other one happened just before halftime as Adam Buska's shot was denied by woodwork once again as the half came to a close.

But in the 60th minute, Gustavo Bou put the Revolution on the board as his blast cleared Carlos Coronel, glancing off the bottom of the bar. The Red Bulls would quickly answer just three minutes later as Fabio took a nice pass from Caden Clark, and tapped it in from close range. 

But the Revolution would not be denied, for in the 84th minute, Brandon Bye would bring the match level, scoring from a set-piece after Kyle Duncan was called from a handball, setting up a freekick previously.

Adam Buska who was denied twice by the woodwork in the first half would not be denied this time, his goal one minute in stoppage time put the visitors ahead for good, ending the Red Bulls home unbeaten streak, and giving them yet another frustrating loss, this time in front of their supporters.

Starting XI:

New York Red Bulls: Carlos Coronel; John Tolkin, Amro Tarek, Tom Edwards, Kyle Duncan; Sean Davis, Cristian Cásseres, Jr., Wiki Carmona (Dru Yearwood 61’), Caden Clark (Florian Valot 78’), Patryk Klimala (Tom Barlow 58’), Fábio

New England Revolution: Brad Knighton; Brandon Bye, Andrew Farrell, AJ DeLaGarza, DeJuan Jones, Matthew Polster, Arnor Traustason (Wilfrid Kaptoum 74’), Thomas McNamara (Teal Bunbury 74’), Carles Gil (Scott Caldwell 90’+3), Adam Buska (90+1'), Gustav Bou

Scoring Summary:
8' (New York Red Bulls) Wiki Carmona, assisted by Kyle Duncan
60' (New England Revolution) Gustavo Bou, assisted by DeJuan Jones and Armor Traustason
63' (New York Red Bulls) Fabio, assisted by Caden Clark
84' (New England Revolution) Brandon Bye, assisted by Charles Gil
90+1' (New England Revolution) Adam Buska, unassisted

Disciplinary Summary:
34' (New York Red Bulls) Cristian Casseres - Yellow Card
39' (New England Revolution) Andrew Farrell - Yellow Card
45+1' (New England Revolution) Arnor Taustason - Yellow Card
70' (New York Red Bulls) Caden Clark - Yellow Card

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