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MLS Week 2 (Sunday): SBI Live Commentary

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Major League Soccer makes its New York City debut today, as New York City FC plays its home opener at Yankee Stadium against the New England Revolution (5pm, ESPN).

NYCFC comes in off a season-opening tie against Orlando City, in a match Jason Kreis’ side came close to winning before a Kaka free kick spoiled the result. The Revs come in off a humbling season-opening loss to Seattle. MLS Best XI midfielder Lee Nguyen is back in the starting lineup after missing the opener.

The MLS schedule features a compelling night cap, as the LA Galaxy travel to Portland to take on the Timbers at Providence Park. The Galaxy looked good in their season-opening win against the Chicago Fire. The Timbers were forced to settle for a home draw against Real Salt Lake in a match they had the better of the chances, but couldn’t beat Nick Rimando.

SBI will be providing live commentary from today’s matches so feel free to follow along. As always, you are welcome to share your thoughts and opinions in the comments section below.


Live Blog MLS Week 2 (Sunday): SBI Live Commentary



    • unfortunately not even close. fields can legally be as small as 90m x 45m, though for international matches they must be at least 100m by 64m. It’s small, but not as small as the one the US played in in Antigua during qualifying 2 years ago.

  1. Nycfc will leave red bull in the shadows, garber must look at this seriously and make a fast decision.
    What will happen? Who knows but red bull fans have the key in their hands.

    • yeah game was joke. handed by Mark Geiger as lets hope MLS gets big campaign so people in New York start watching MLS. well im going on a campaign of making sure MLS dies. It is as phoney as FIFFA. Sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo DISGUSTED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      • @ sly boy
        Relax 🙂
        Red bulls have their days counted and cosmos are probably looking to move out of Hofstra.
        Remember what garber said,”he learned in life everything can be for sale,” meaning red bull, is on the heat seat.
        Not only red bull but in the foreseeable future, teams like Chicago might hit rock bottom. The league is gaining too much momentum and teams are staring to get reality checks.

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