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Red Bulls Wallop NYCFC

(AP Photo/John Raoux)

(AP Photo/John Raoux)


There are no stats, no numbers, no graphs, and certainly no words to describe what the Red Bulls did to NYCFC at Yankee Stadium on Saturday, defeating them 7-0. Yes you read that right. It wasn’t just a win, it was a beat down. It was a statement of intent, a message not just to NYCFC but to New York and the entire MLS that the Red Bulls are the dominant soccer force in the Empire State and on their way back to their form from last year in the league.

The margin of victory was the biggest in franchise history and tied for the most in MLS history. And the seven goals is the most they’ve scored in a match topping their previous high of six.

It will always be a day to remember for New York’s red colored team who, despite all of the money and prestige that their cross-town rivals have, the Red Bulls still remain undefeated against the blue of NYCFC.

It was just dominance in the purest sense of the word for the Red Bulls this win means the world to them. The fact that they started their season off so slow and yet have turned it around so much already is a testament to how hard they have worked. And going into Yankees Stadium against the number one team in the east and winning is no small feat let alone bludgeoning them into next week.

The win means the Red Bulls sit just two points off the top of the Eastern Conference standings. Meaning if the Red Bulls snag their next game, a home match against Toronto FC, they could be back at the top of the East as if the beginning of this season never happened.

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