Revolution II

POSTGAME NOTES: Revolution II Fall to New York Red Bulls II, 4-1

6_4_23 Revs II vs. Red Bulls II

MONTCLAIR, N.J. – New England Revolution II (7-4-1; 23 pts.) fell to New York Red Bulls II (6-3-3; 23 pts.), 4-1, on Sunday night at MSU Soccer Park. Homegrown midfielder Jack Panayotou tallied his first goal of the season in the match while Revolution goalkeeper Jacob Jackson made 12 saves, marking a new career high.

New York found the scoresheet first with Julian Hall tallying in the fourth minute. Panayotou brought New England back level three minutes later, netting a cross from forward Malcolm Fry. Oladayo Thomas and Ronald Donkor each scored to give New York a 3-1 lead heading into halftime. New York’s Ibrahim Kasule added on to the scoring in the 71st minute to secure a win for Red Bulls II.

“Obviously, a difficult match for the guys. I thought that we were very indecisive in how we wanted to play," Head Coach Clint Peay said postgame. "And I thought that from just a standpoint of hustle and determination, Red Bull had more desire in that regard today than we did, but I think some bad decisions in our build up and the intent to capitalize off what Red Bull was giving us wasn't there from our collective tonight.”

New England returns to action on Sunday, June 11 to host Chicago Fire II at Gillette Stadium. The 8 p.m. match will stream live on

New England Revolution II 1, New York Red Bulls II 4
June 4, 2023 – MSU Soccer Park (Montclair, NJ)

  • Homegrown midfielder Jack Panayotou tallied his first goal in his fourth appearance with Revolution II this season.
  • Panayotou’s tally came in the seventh minute, marking Revolution II’s quickest goal of the season since defender Pierre Cayet’s headed goal in the eighth minute against Inter Miami II last week.
  • Revolution goalkeeper Jacob Jackson made a career-high 12 saves. The 2022 MLS SuperDraft first round pick recorded his first consecutive starts of the season for Revolution II.
  • Forward Malcolm Fry registered his second assist of the season on Panayotou’s goal and logged 66 minutes to surpass 1,000 minutes played with New England’s second team.
  • Defender Colby Quiñones played the full 90 in his 60th career appearance with Revolution II.
  • Academy forward Olger Escobar entered in the 84th minute marking his third appearance with New England’s second team.


Referee: Alexis Da Silva
Assistant Referees: Max Smith, Patrick Slane
Fourth Official: Christian Centeno
Weather: 65 degrees and sunny

Scoring Summary:RBNY – Julian Hall (Ronald Donkor) 4’
NE – Jack Panayotou (Malcolm Fry) 7’
RBNY – Oledayo Thomas (Julian Hall, Bento Estrela) 39’
RBNY – Ronald Donkor (Ibrahim Kasule) 45’+1
RBNY – Ibrahim Kasule (Jayden Reid 71’)

Misconduct Summary:RBNY – Yostin Salinas (Yellow Card) 48’
RBNY – Mohammed Sofo (Yellow Card) 86’

New England Revolution II: Jacob Jackson; Colby Quiñones, Tiago Suarez, Victor Souza, Jacob Akanyirige (Peyton Miller 46’); Jake Rozhanksy, Jack Panayotou (Olger Escobar 84’), Esmir Bajraktarević; Marcos Dias (Ben Awashie 67’), Malcolm Fry (Joshua Bolma 66’), Jordan Adebayo-Smith (Weverton 81’).

Substitutes Not Used: Nico Campuzano, Nakye Greenidge-Duncan, Brandonn Bueno, Ítalo.

New York Red Bulls II: AJ Marcucci; Jayden Reid, Yostin Salinas, Matthew Nocita (Juan Gutierrez 66’), Dija (Dylan Sullivan 67’); Ronald Donkor, Erick Ruiz (Aiden Jarvis 84’), Bento Estrela, Ibrahim Kasule; Oladayo Thomas (Frank Ssebufu 66’), Julian Hall (Mohammed Sofo 66’).

Substitutes Not Used: Ricardo Gorday, Aldolfo Valencia, Alan Rutkowski, Arian Recinos.

6_4_23 Revs II vs. Red Bulls II Final Stats