In Wayne Rooney’s second home game, DC United have most of the ball but create little; The New York Red Bulls see the defenders leave the field unbeaten and reduce the pressure on coach Gerhard Struber
DC United and New York Red Bulls played a goalless draw this Saturday (6), Audi Stadium, valid for the 24th week of MLS. The result ended up being bad for the hosts, who remain at the bottom of the Eastern Conference, with 23 points. The New York Red Bulls are fourth in the East with 37.
In the next round, New York Red Bulls will face Orlando City, at the Red Bull Arena, on Saturday (13). This will be the first match between the two teams since way used by Orlando and which eliminated the Red Bulls in the US Open Cup. DC United will face New England Revolution, away on the same day.
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The match summed up the events of both teams: tight play, with little creativity and the defense dominating the attack without major problems.
DC United had the highest percentage of ball possession, but could only make four shots, two of which were saved by Carlos Coronel. The New York Red Bulls, on the other hand, showed that the goal was weak, as they fired thirteen shots at Romo’s goal, only one of which went to the DC United goalkeeper.
DC United – 0
Rome; Najar (Canouse), Birmbaum and Alfaro; Smith (Guedri), Morrison, Durkin, Djefall and Hopkins (Taxi Fountas); Rodriguez (Ku-Dipietro) and Miguel Berry (Ola Kamara).
Technology: Wayne Rooney
New York Red Bulls – 0
Colonel Carlos; Dylan Nealis, Sean Nealis, Aaron Long and John Tolkin; Cristian Casseres and Dru Yearwood (Frankie Amaya); Lewis Morgan (Caden Clark), Omir Fernandez (Luquinhas), Cameron Harper (Andres Reyes); Tom Barlow (Patryk Klimala).
Technology: Gerhard Struber
Yellow cards: Fountas (DCU) and Sean Nealis (RBNY).
(Cover: Sports/Twitter/New York Red Bulls)