Serge Ngoma then completes Red Bulls comeback

Serge Ngoma, 16-year-old, scores his first purpose in @MLS to get us late !!! @ Audi | #RBNY

– New York Red Bulls (@NewYorkRedBulls) July 1, 2022

RB: Tom Edwards – 5/10 – Did his job defensively however was a bit sloppy with the ball.

CB: Aaron Long – 7/10 – Had a struggle on his palms in opposition to Araujo however gave as nicely as he bought.

CB: Sean Nealis – 7/10 – Simple and efficient along with his protection and clear on the ball.

LB: John Tolkin – 8/10 – Went by a mountain of defensive work and nonetheless managed to provide rather a lot in assault.

CM: Frankie Amaya – 6/10 – Lots of vitality however lacked sharpness on the ball.

CM: Christian Casseres Jr – 8/10 – A dynamic midfield display that propels the ball ahead, bites into tackles and covers each blade of grass.

RW: Cameron Harper – 3/10 – Passed simply 4 passes and failed with all three of his makes an attempt to dribble in 57 minutes on the sphere.

CAM: Omir Fernandez – 4/10 – A passenger throughout giant components of the match.

LW: Lewis Morgan – 7/10 – A few vibrant moments however lower than his normal normal with the ball, though he stored calm from the spot to equalize. Worked extraordinarily onerous out of possession.

ST: Patryk Klimala – 4/10 – Was remoted for lengthy stretches and didn’t push Atlanta United sufficient when he was out of possession.

SUB: Tom Barlow (for Klimala, 57 ‘) – 6/10 – Gave the Atlanta United defenders a a lot stricter check than Klimala may deal with.

SUB: Luquinhas (for Harper, 57 ‘) – 8/10 – Added rather more high quality to the ball and gained the penalty for RBNY to equalize.

SUB: Serge Ngoma (for Fernandez, 69 ‘) – 9/10 – Completely modified the sport. Atlanta didn’t handle its vitality and directness, which was rewarded with a late victory purpose. Any strategy to open your MLS account.

SUB: Steven Sserwadda (for Edwards, 78 ‘) – 6/10 – Did not get so concerned.

Who greater than the king 👑

– Atlanta United FC (@ATLUTD) July 1, 2022

RWB: Aiden McFadden – 8/10 – Another strong efficiency from a participant who unexpectedly ended up within the MLS pot. Helped create the opening purpose.

CB: George Campbell – 6/10 – Had a few nervous moments early however bought into the match finally.

CB: Alan Franco – 6/10 – Much improved from Franco, who was rather more calm and composed than we’ve seen lately. Would be onerous accountable him for the Red Bulls’ second with De John who shuns the ball.

CB: Alex De John – 3/10 – Did a strong job till the tip when he misplaced possession to offer RBNY his second purpose. Unforgivable, actually.

LWB: Caleb Wiley – 5/10 – Was a risk within the final third all through and performed an important position within the Martinez purpose along with his cross to McFadden. Destroyed all his good work with a horrible problem on Luquinhas to concede a penalty.

CM: Matheus Rossetto – 7/10 – Helped Atlanta management the sport with their precision passes. Always searching for the ball.

CM: Franco Ibarra – 8/10 – Never let RBNY sit down, chew into tackles and hunt on a regular basis. Strong with the ball too, creates a few openings.

CM: Amar Sejdic – 7/10 – A strong efficiency however pale within the second half resulting from lack of match sharpness.

ST: Ronaldo Cisneros – 6/10 – Had some vibrant moments and mixed nicely with Araujo however lagged behind when he went out.

ST: Luiz Araujo – 9/10 – The finest participant on the sphere at a distance. Terrorized the RBNY protection with its tempo and talent. Another day, the Brazilian would have scored a few objectives.

SUB: Josef Martinez (for Cisneros, 63 ‘) – 7/10 – Did solely 13 minutes after coming in however didn’t have time for a lot else.

SUB: Emerson Hyndman (for Sejdic, 73 ‘) – 7/10 – Added vitality and impulse to Five Stripes. It was his shot that allowed Martinez to make the return.

SUB: Marcelino Moreno (for Ibarra, 90 ‘) – N / A – Arrive late.

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