New York and Toronto Draw 1-1 at BMO Field on Wednesday Night
The New York Red Bulls (5-5-2, 18 pts) and Toronto FC (2-8-4, 10 pts) battled to a 1-1 draw at BMO Field on Wednesday night.
New York opened the scoring in the 46th minute, when defender Tom Edwards delivered a ball into the box that found Fabio, and after a bunch of mess in the box, forward Patryk Klimala found the back of the net to give the Red Bulls the lead.
Toronto FC found the equalizer in the 62nd minute, when an Yeferson Soteldo cross was punched away by goalkeeper Carlos Coronel, but found the foot of Ralph Priso-Mbongue, who placed it in the back of the net.
New York extended their road unbeaten streak to three matches for the first time since 2020, which ran from August 29 to September 23.
Klimala scored his third goal of the season and has recorded a goal or an assist in three straight matches.
The Polish Striker has now scored goals in back-to-back to matches and is tied for the team lead in points alongside Caden Clark and Fabio with 10.
Clark made his first appearance for New York since June 18 after undergoing an appendectomy.
The Red Bulls extended their unbeaten streak against Toronto F.C. to five matches.
Following Thursday's match, New York will conclude its two match homestand on Saturday, July 17, when they host Inter Miami. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. ET on MSG and MSG GO and New York Red Bulls Radio in English and Spanish via TuneIn, the New York Red Bulls app and NewYorkRedBulls.com.
New York Red Bulls 1, Toronto FC 1
2021 MLS Regular-Season Match 13
Wednesday, July 21, 2021 - 7:30 p.m. ET
BMO Field | Toronto, Ontario
NY - Patryk Klimala 3 (unassisted) 46'
TOR - Ralph Priso-Mbongue (unassisted) 62'
NY - Tom Edwards (foul, caution) 71'
TOR - Alejandro Pozuelo (foul, other reason) 72'
TOR - Ralph Priso-Mbongue (foul, caution) 81'
TOR - Yeferson Soteldo (dissent, caution) 90'+2
New York Red Bulls: Carlos Coronel; John Tolkin, Amro Tarek, Tom Edwards, Kyle Duncan; Sean Davis ©, Dru Yearwood (Tom Barlow 84'), Frankie Amaya (Omir Fernandez 74'), Wiki Carmona (Caden Clark 54'), Fabio, Patryk Klimala
Unused Subs: Luca Lewis, Sean Nealis, Andrew Gutman, Florian Valot, Cristian Casseres, Jr., Cameron Harper
TOTAL SHOTS: 19; SHOTS ON GOAL: 4; FOULS: 18; POSSESSION: 47.5; CORNER KICKS: 9; SAVES: 0
Toronto FC: Alex Bono; Justin Morrow, Omar Gonzalez, Chris Mavinga, Auro (Ralph Priso-Mbongue 18'); Tsuaba Endoh, Yeferson Soteldo, Michael Bradley ©, Alejandro Pozuelo, Marco Delgado, Dom Dwyer (Jozy Altidore 54')
Unused Subs: Jacob Shaffelburg, Kevin Silva, Jordan Perruzza, Julian Dunn-Johnson, Noble Okello, Luke Singh, Patrick Mullins
TOTAL SHOTS: 6; SHOTS ON GOAL: 1; FOULS: 3; POSSESSION: 52.5; CORNER KICKS: 5; SAVES: 2
Referee: Silviu Petrescu
Assistant Referees: Matthew Nelson, Kevin Klinger
4th Official: Ramy Touchan
VAR: Carol Anne Chenard
AVAR: Gianni Facchini
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