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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2019/2020 Season

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4 DC United 13 9 10 48
5 NY Red Bulls 14 5 13 47
6 Toronto 12 10 10 46
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Playoffs-bound Red Bulls muscle up on Union

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Tom Barlow scored his third goal of the season, and the New York Red Bulls defeated the Philadelphia Union 2-0 at Red Bull Arena on Sunday while moving above Toronto FC in the Eastern Conference table.

Daniel Royer added his 11th goal late for the Red Bulls (14-13-5, 47 points), who for the moment rose to fourth in the East, one point above a D.C. United side that played later Sunday at home against Seattle.

Having already clinched a playoff berth, New York is competing for a top-four spot, which...

The hardest part of Wright-Phillips' switch to veganism? Watching a Chick-fil-A open near his home

NY Red Bulls striker Bradley Wright-Phillips believes some people may not like Zlatan Ibrahimovic's criticism of MLS but they "have some truth".

Once an unheralded striker who played the majority of his matches in the second and third tiers of English football, Bradley Wright-Phillips is hoping a reinvention will extend his career. At 34 years old, the MLS veteran's offseason shake-up to his lifestyle might extend his foray into Major League Soccer's record books.

Last winter, Wright-Phillips made the decision to become a vegan.

The New York Red Bulls forward initially raised eyebrows in the dressing room with his choice, challenging long-held...

Red Bulls blank Timbers, close in on playoff bid

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Kyle Duncan's first MLS goal and a penalty from Daniel Royer secured the points for the New York Red Bulls in Portland. To watch MLS, sign up for ESPN+.

The visiting New York Red Bulls scored in the third minute and on a penalty kick in second-half stoppage time Wednesday night for an important 2-0 win over the struggling Portland Timbers.

Kyle Duncan fired an open look past Timbers goalkeeper Steve Clark in the early going, and Daniel Royer converted the penalty after a foul in the box in the sixth minute of stoppage time.

New York's defense survived three golden opportunities for the Timbers to score.

The Red Bulls (13-13-5, 44 points) stayed...