New York’s comeback spoiled inaugural Major League Soccer, Atlanta United had the lead and the sellout home jam in its first match as an extension group.
New York’s comeback spoiled inaugural Major League Soccer
The New York Red Bulls had the experience that had the effect in a moment half turnaround that incorporated some sudden assistance from Atlanta — an unequivocal possess objective.
New York scored two second-half objectives in a traverse of around 6 minutes and the Red Bulls energized for a 2-1 triumph over Atlanta on Sunday night.
“Flawed is the thing that I would call that execution, however it’s right on time in the year so we are as yet working through getting our gathering sharp and getting the strategies down,” Red Bulls mentor Jesse Marsch said. “Atlanta tried us in huge path in the main half and we took a punch yet held tight.”
New York’s rebound ruined the inaugural Major League Soccer coordinate for Atlanta, which had the support of a sellout horde of 55,297.
“We need to win our recreations at home, yet New York is an accomplished group,” Atlanta goalkeeper Alec Kann said. “We would have jumped at the chance to have completed them off in the second half, yet we didn’t.”
Authorities led Atlanta’s Anton Walkes kicked the ball into the United net for the Red Bulls’ thumbs up objective. New York’s Bradley Wright-Phillips seemed to score the objective on a go from Kemar Lawrence in the 83rd moment. The unequivocal contact on the ball was ruled to have originated from Walkes, who was protecting Wright-Phillips.
Yamil Asad scored the main objective in United history late in the principal half for a 1-0 lead.
The Red Bulls at last pulled even in the second half. Not long after Atlanta goalkeeper Alec Kann obstructed a shot by New York’s Felipe, the Red Bulls scored on a header by Daniel Royer in the 76th moment.
It was a devastating misfortune for United.
“I didn’t care for the second half,” Asad, who is from Argentina, said through a translator. “We have a considerable measure of things to chip away at. We gave them an excessive number of chances.”