New York Defeats Inter Miami CF 4-0
The New York Red Bulls (7-11-5, 26 points) defeated Inter Miami CF (9-10-5, 32 points), 4-0, on Friday night at DRV PNK Stadium.
New York opened the scoring in the 18th minute, when midfielder Sean Davis played Wiki Carmona into open space in the midfield. Carmona slipped a ball behind Miami's backline, which found the feet of Patryk Klimala, who found the back of the net.
The Red Bulls doubled their lead when defender Tom Edwards delivered a long throw-in into Miami's eighteen-yard box. After two bounces in the box, a sprinting Omir Fernandez headed the ball and scored the goal for New York.
In the 65th minute, defender John Tolkin delivered in a corner, which was won by Fábio, who headed the corner off the post into the back of the net to extend New York's lead to three.
New York added a fourth goal in the 89th minute, when defender Kyle Duncan passed by an Inter Miami CF defender and crossed in a ball to the far post, which was headed home by Fábio
The Red Bulls earned their second road win of the season and their first since July 3 against Orlando City SC.
Klimala scored his sixth goal of the year and his fifth on the road this season.
The Polish stirker has recorded a goal or an assist in three-straight matches.
Carmona and Edwards each tallied their first career MLS assists.
Davis, who is New York's active assist leader with 22 MLS regular season assists, earned his second assist of the season.
Duncan and Tolkin each recorded their second assists of the year.
Goalkeeper Carlos Coronel earned his seventh shutout this season, which ranks tied for third in MLS.
Coronel moves into a tie with Ryan Meara for seventh place in franchise history for MLS regular-season shutouts with seven.
With the shutout, Coronel moves into the top 10 for most shutouts in a single season in franchise history.
New York recorded their 200th MLS regular season clean sheet in franchise history, which ranks fifth all-time in league history.
Since 2015, New York is tied for third for the most away wins in MLS with 32.
Fernandez scored his first goal of the season and his first since October 7, 2020, against Inter Miami CF.
Fábio scored his first brace for New York and the first multi-goal game for the club this season. He is now in second place for the club in goals scored with five.
Midfielder Cameron Harper made his return from injury coming on as a substitute in the 83rd minute.
This was the most goals New York has scored in a single match this season and the most the club has recorded since September 27, 2020, against CF Montreal.
Following Friday's match, New York returns to Red Bull Arena to host New York City FC for the first New York Derby of the 2021 season. Kickoff is scheduled for 8 p.m. ET on MSG, 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 4, Inter Miami CF 0
2021 MLS Regular-Season Match 23
Friday, September 17, 2021 - 7 p.m. ET
DRV PNK Stadium | Fort Lauderdale, FL
NY - Patryk Klimala 6 (Carmona, Davis) 18'
NY - Omir Fernandez 1 (Edwards) 31'
NY - Fábio 4 (Tolkin) 65'
NY - Fábio 5 (Duncan) 89'
MIA - Nicolas Figal (caution, foul) 9'
MIA - Leandro Gonzalez Pirez (caution, dissent) 20'
MIA - Nicolas Figal (ejection, foul) 38'
MIA - Gonzalo Higuain (caution, foul) 45'+1
NY - Tom Edwards (caution, dissent) 57'
NY - Tom Barlow (caution, foul) 81'
NY - Cameron Harper (caution, foul) 86'
New York Red Bulls: Carlos Coronel; John Tolkin, Sean Nealis, Andrés Reyes, Tom Edwards (Kyle Duncan, 59'); Sean Davis ©, Dru Yearwood (Cristian Cásseres, Jr., 59'), Wiki Carmona (Andrew Gutman, HT), Omir Fernandez (Cameron Harper, 83'), Fábio, Patryk Klimala (Tom Barlow, 71')
Unused Subs: AJ Marcucci, Frankie Amaya, Caden Clark, Omar Sowe
TOTAL SHOTS: 27; SHOTS ON GOAL: 9; FOULS: 17; POSSESSION: 52.6%; CORNER KICKS: 5; SAVES: 1
Inter Miami CF: Nick Marsman; Christian Makoun, Nicolas Figal, Leandro Gonzalez Pirez; Blaise Matuidi, Lewis Morgan, Rodolfo Pizarro (Federico Higuain, 78'), Brek Shea, Gregore Silva © (Jay Chapman, 57'), Gonzalo Higuain (Julian Carranza, 77'), Robbie Robinson (Kelvin Leerdam, 40')
Unused Subs: John McCarthy, Sami Guediri, Indiana Vassilev
TOTAL SHOTS: 2 ; SHOTS ON GOAL: 1; FOULS: 10; POSSESSION: 47.4%; CORNER KICKS: 0; SAVES: 4
Referee: Guido Gonzales, Jr.
Assistant Referees: Eric Weisbrod, Jason White
4th Official: Natalie Simon
VAR: Edvin Jurisevic
AVAR: Jozef Batko
• Discuss this story on the Major League Soccer message board...
Major League Soccer Stories from September 17, 2021
- New York Defeats Inter Miami CF 4-0 - New York Red Bulls
- Inter Miami CF Falls 0-4 to New York Red Bulls - Inter Miami CF
- MLS Suspends San Jose Earthquakes Head Coach Matías Almeyda - San Jose Earthquakes
- MLS Disciplinary Committee Decisions Announced - MLS
- Sounders FC Travels to Real Salt Lake for Weekend Matchup - Seattle Sounders FC
- Minnesota United FC vs. LA Galaxy Preview - Minnesota United FC
- Rapids Begin Three-Game Homestand on Sunday vs. Vancouver - Colorado Rapids
- What to Watch for as Nashville SC Returns to Canada to Face Toronto FCÃÂ - Nashville SC
- Keys against Vancouver: Score Twice (Or More), Slow Ryan Gauld - Colorado Rapids
- Three Points: Houston Dynamo FC Host FC Dallas in Final Leg of Texas Derby - Houston Dynamo FC
- Revolution Host Columbus Crew Saturday on Concussion Awareness Night - New England Revolution
- Match Preview: Atlanta United vs. D.C. United - Atlanta United FC
- FC Cincinnati Match Preview vs New York City FC - FC Cincinnati
- Real Salt Lake Closes Three-Game Week Saturday against Seattle Sounders FC - Real Salt Lake
- #HOUvDAL: Five Facts You Need to Know - FC Dallas
- MNUFC Loans Forward Patrick Weah to Sacramento - Minnesota United FC
- Austin FC Announces Grand Opening of "Verde Store on Congress" - Austin FC
- Inter Miami CF Announces Mas Brothers, Beckham Increase Ownership Stake in the Club - Inter Miami CF
The opinions expressed in this release are those of the organization issuing it, and do not necessarily reflect the thoughts or opinions of OurSports Central or its staff.
Other Recent New York Red Bulls Stories
- Red Bulls Defeat New York City FC 1-0
- Red Bulls Welcome NYCFC to Red Bull Arena for Final New York Derby of 2021 Regular Season
- Red Bulls - Atlanta United Match Picked up by FS1 and FOX Deportes
- New York Begins Two-Match Homestand on Saturday with Inter Miami CF
- Red Bull Arena Teams up with Applied Silver, Inc. and Astreea Ensuring Continued Health and Safety