The New York RB and the Vancouver Whitecaps score one point after drawing 2 in their last game
- The Vancouver Whitecaps is eighteenth at the end of the match
The match held on Wednesday at Red Bull Arena and facing the New York RB and Vancouver Whitecaps ended with a 2-2 draw between the two contenders. The two rivals came to reap disparate results in the previous meetings. The New York RB came to the game with the spirits reinforced after winning in their fief by a score of 1-0 to Atlanta United. Regarding the away team, the Vancouver Whitecaps scored a 1-goal equalizer against Sporting Kansas City, adding one point in the last game of the competition. After today’s score, the home team is in ninth position, while the Vancouver Whitecaps is eighteenth place at the conclusion of the game.
Good start for the visiting team, who put his light on the line by means of a Sutter goal in the 29th minute. However, the New York RB in the 37th minute was able to equalize thanks to a goal from Brian White, finishing in this way the first period with a 1-1 on the scoreboard.
After the break, the goal came for the home team, who came from behind thanks to Rose’s goal in the 56th minute. But later the Vancouver Whitecaps in the 60th minute tied thanks to the goal of Montero, thus closing the match with a score of 2-2 in the light.
The coaches made all the possible changes. On the part of the local equipment they jumped from the bench Royer, Davis and Barlow in substitution of Muyl, Etienne and Brian White, whereas the changes of the set visitor were Montero, In-Beom and Venuto, that jumped to the turf by Levis, Pc and Ardaiz .
The referee decided to admonish three players. On the part of the locals the yellow card went to Nealis and on the part of the Vancouver Whitecaps it was admonished to Cornelius and Macmath.
After finishing the match with this draw, the Vancouver Whitecaps is located in the eighteenth place of the table with 14 points. For its part, the New York RB with this point achieved, reaches ninth place with 18 points after the game.