In the fifth round of the NFL, New England Revolution faced the New York Red Bulls. Adam Boksa was supposed to help the team, but instead…he got injured, weakening his team with a red card.
From the first minutes, Red Bull was in the game and created good scoring opportunities. The New Yorkers had a clear push on goal, but in the end they couldn’t send the ball past local goalkeeper Brad Knighton.
This, however, was done by Foxborough defensive midfielder Matt Poulsner, who directed the ball into his own goal after a Red Bulls cross from Ashley Fletcher.
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After the first half, which was lacking in concrete, Adam Buxa was brought onto the field. The striker was supposed to change the match and help the team. In the end, he was given two yellow cards, as a result of which he was sent off the field in overtime and weakened the New England Revolution team.
The first time he was punished, while fighting for the ball, he pulled his opponent’s shirt and grabbed it by the neck. Just a minute later, he gets a second yellow card. A player from the visiting team accidentally hits the pole with his hand while tapping the ball, which immediately responds with a kick.
Initially “Eleven”, Patrick Klimala went to this meeting. Pole’s best chance came in the 12th minute of the match, but the home team’s goalkeeper defended his shot. The 23-year-old left the field about a quarter of an hour before the end of the match.
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