Red Bulls vs. Impact: Match Day Commentary

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The New York Red Bulls will look to keep the momentum going from last week's resounding 4-1 win against Colorado Rapids by beating the expansion Montreal Impact at Red Bull Arena today.

Thierry Henry and Kenny Cooper are coming off two-goal performances, and should have a chance for similar success against a shaky Montreal defense that has looked vulnerable on the road this year.

The Red Bulls defense will also look for the team's first shutout of the season as rookie Ryan Meara leads the defense, which looked outstanding with Wilman Conde in the lineup.

SBI will providing live commentary on today's action so please feel free to follow the action here. As always, you are welcome to share your thoughts and opinions in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action (Today's commentary is after the jump):

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11 Responses to Red Bulls vs. Impact: Match Day Commentary

  1. UCanStudyBuzzed says:

    Marquez is horrible…gives away the ball so much it’s unbelievable

  2. Jspech says:

    This is not a display of professional soccer by RB. Going to take a nap.

  3. TomG says:

    We have been transported to a magical universe where Dax McCarty and Mehdi Ballouchy both make positive plays leading to scoring chances and goals.

  4. TomG says:

    A bizarro universe, that it.

  5. TomG says:

    Both Ballouchy and McCarty have extraordinary skill on the ball??? Really Shep? Really? I do not think that word means what you think it does. Take out the “extra” part of that statement and I might agree with you.

  6. TomG says:

    Thierry Henri is unstoppable!!! Cooper looks rejuvented! Anyone know what the deal is with Wenger? Why doesn’t he start?

  7. jon_roberts14@mac.com says:

    Whatever…..Eric LIchaj scored in loss vs Chelsea….that’s the highlight of today!

  8. Andrew H. says:

    Yep. And look how much better they play without him. The team’s plus/minus with him playing must be around a -10 while without him, it is probably around a +10.

  9. York says:

    Brutal call on the penalty to end the half. Seemed to take Montreal out of the game a little. Too many mistakes for the Impact defence in the second half. A deserved victory by NYRB.

    But that penalty call… just brutal. That was textbook tackling. It is crap like this that gives MLS haters all the fuel they need.

  10. GSScasual says:

    he accidentally got ball when he roped Dax up. penal, penal, penallllll