RED BULLS BATTLE TO EARN 0-0 DRAW

Despite missing several players due to injury, the New York Red Bulls were able to earn a hard-fought 0-0 draw against the Columbus Crew at a frigid Crew Stadium Saturday. We caught up with head coach Hans Backe, goalkeeper Alex Horwath, defender Stephen Keel and forward Luke Rodgers after the match.

Red Bulls 0, Crew 0 – Post-Game Reaction

What were your thoughts of the match?

2 Responses to “RED BULLS BATTLE TO EARN 0-0 DRAW”

  1. Tim F. Says:

    I’ve only seen the highlights so far but it looked as if the Red Bulls held their defensive shape and had a good team defensive effort. Congrats on getting a point on the road with so many starters missing! Too bad Lindpere’s stoppage time shot to not get in the net.

  2. gigi Says:

    Not bad considerin it was on the road and we were short alot of guys, but how bout that agudelo goal hesss on fireeeeeeeeeee. He could have had 3 goals in 3 matches if he took that pk in his second match instead of bunburry. For me agudelo has deffinetly warented a starting job

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