LAFC 2-0 NY Red Bulls: Score and Highlights – Marca

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The Bank of California Stadium serves as the stage for a fierce duel between two teams that have been going strong so far this season in Major League Soccer.
Los Angeles FC lead the Western Conference with nine wins, three draws and three losses, just one point ahead of Real Salt Lake.
For their part, the New York Red Bulls are in third place in the Eastern Conference, but just one point behind leaders New York City, so they will be aiming for a win.
Second Half ends, LAFC wins!

Los Angeles Football Club 2, New York Red Bulls 0.
Corner, New York Red Bulls. Conceded by Sebastien Ibeagha.
Los Angeles Football Club’s Diego Palacios is awarded a free kick in the opposing half.
Serge Ngoma enters the game, replacing Tom Edwards for RBNY
5 minutes added to the second half of the game.
Los Angeles Football Club corner. Dru Yearwood gave up the ball.
Attempt blocked. A header from the center of the box by Thomas Edwards of the New York Red Bulls is stopped. Cristian Casseres Jr. provided assistance.
Foul by Cristian Arango (Los Angeles Football Club).
New York Red Bulls’ Cristian Cásseres Jr. secures a free kick in the offensive half.
Right-footed shot from the center of the box by New York Red Bulls player Zach Ryan strikes the left post.
Missed attempt. Zach Ryan of the New York Red Bulls misses to the left with a header from the center of the box. Thomas Edwards provided assistance with a cross.
Los Angeles Football Club makes a substitution. José Cifuentes is replaced by Francisco Ginella.
Kellyn Acosta of the Los Angeles Football Club gets a yellow card.
New York Red Bulls’ Cristian Cásseres Jr. secures a free kick in the offensive half.
Foul by Cristian Arango (Los Angeles Football Club).
Kellyn Acosta made a handball (Los Angeles Football Club). In the defensive half, Thomas Edwards of the New York Red Bulls is awarded a free kick.
Missed attempt. A left-footed shot from the left side of the box by New York Red Bulls player John Tolkin misses to the left. Dru Yearwood is a helper.
Missed attempt. Right footed shot from outside the box misses to the left for Ryan Hollingshead (Los Angeles Football Club).
New York Red Bulls corner. Ilie Sanchez gave up the ball.
Substitution, New York Red Bulls. Zach Ryan replaces Tom Barlow.
Missed attempt. Following a corner, Patryk Klimala (New York Red Bulls) fires a right-footed shot from the center of the box that is high and wide to the right.
Lewis Morgan with a nice chance (New York Red Bulls)
Dru Yearwood was penalized (New York Red Bulls). Los Angeles Football Club’s Carlos Vela is awarded a free kick in the offensive half.
Sean Nealis was penalized (New York Red Bulls). Los Angeles Football Club’s Cristian Arango is awarded a free kick in the opposing half.
Substitution, Los Angeles Football Club. Danny Musovski replaces Brian Rodríguez.
Los Angeles Football Club makes a substitution. Franco Escobar is replaced by Ryan Hollingshead.
Los Angeles Football Club scores, defeating New York Red Bulls 2-0. Following a quick break, Diego Palacios (Los Angeles Football Club) fired a left-footed shot from the center of the box.

Goal! New York Red Bulls lose to Los Angeles Football Club, 1 to 0. Right footed shot by Los Angeles Football Club’s Cristian Arango from the right side of the box to the center of the goal. Carlos Vela gave assistance.

Corner, New York Red Bulls. Conceded by Maxime Crépeau.
Cameron Harper enters the game, replacing Frankie Amaya for RBNY
New York Red Bulls corner. Franco Escobarconcedes.
Attempt denied. A right footed shot from outside the box is blocked by Dru Yearwood (New York Red Bulls). John Tolkin is a helper.
Los Angeles Football Club is offside. Latif Blessing is caught offside when Ilie Sánchez tries to make a through pass.
Left footed shot from the center of the box misses to the left for Carlos Vela (LAFC).
Saved attempt. A left-footed shot from the right side of the six-yard box by Los Angeles Football Club’s Kwadwo Opoku is saved in the bottom right corner. José Cifuentes assists.
New York Red Bulls keep up pressure all over the field looking for a defensive error.
Dru Yearwood enters the game, replacing Omir Fernandez for RBNY
No substitutions for this second half
Second half kicks off
Even though LAFC has shown more dominance during the first half, RBNY has had more shots to goal in the first half.
Due to yellow card accumulation, Dylan Nealis will miss the match against Atlanta.
Game is still 0 – 0. LAFC has been dominating this first half of the game. RBNY has been trying to press but no advances for the moment. Carlos Vela has stood out and not only attempted various times to score, but also defending fiercely.
Headbutt to Obuku. Yellow card for Nealis.
2 minutes added to the first half
Nealis is down. Still no foul.
Morgan might be injured. Clashes with Palacios but no foul. Fair play called.
At the moment LAFC has played better the first half by having several dangerous attacks and more ball control.
Tolking approaching the LAFC area, but still no score. Corner for LAFC.
RBNY is finally aproaching the area, but all attempts have been futile for now
LAFC closing in as the game comes to a temporary stop. Still no goal
Still no goal for LAFC, RBNY defense working hard
Corner for LAFC, goal could be close soon
Dangerous play by LAFC, Carlos Coronel makes a great save and protects the New York goal.
The game started with the pressure of New York pressing.
The New York Red Bulls also start with the same tough lineup that has kept them afloat so far this season.
LAFC will take the field with Carlos Vela as the orchestrator of the attack.
A few minutes before the start of the match between Los Angeles Football Club and the New York Red Bulls, the temperature is 26 degrees Celsius and is expected to rise even higher.
Los Angeles FC lead the Western Conference with nine wins, three draws and three losses, just one point ahead of Real Salt Lake.
For their part, the New York Red Bulls are in third place in the Eastern Conference, but just one point behind leaders New York City, so they will be aiming for a win.
Led by Austrian coach Gerhard Struber, the Red Bulls come into this match in high spirits after a 3-0 midweek win over New York City in the US Open Cup Quarterfinals to qualify for the semifinals for the first time since 2017.
In addition, the New York team recorded its best regular season start since 2018. However, as visitors, they have not won any of their three previous matches, nor have they scored in two of them.
With respect to LAFC, their mission is to try to link three matches without defeat guided by the talent of Mexican Carlos Vela and Colombian Cristian Arango, who has managed to get on the scoreboard in the last two matches of the Californian team.
The team coached by Steve Cherundolo has scored 30 goals, but has also allowed 17 goals against, hence the recent signing of Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini.
In addition, it is expected that the Californian team will further strengthen its attacking axis with the arrival of Welshman Gareth Bale, who will soon join the team.
For this match, the heat and humidity may make the difference in favor of the Californians, since the New Yorkers are not used to playing in such conditions and their wear and tear will be greater.
© Junio 2022 Unidad Editorial Información Deportiva, S.L.U. All rights reserved.
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