Blair Gavin

Reserves: New York 2, New England 0

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Stephen Keel and Jose Angulo scored second-half goals as the New York Red Bulls Reserves earned a 2-0 win over the New England Revolution Reserves on Saturday evening at Gillette Stadium immediately following the teams’ first-team match, which ended in a 1-1 draw.

After a scoreless first half, Keel put the Red Bulls on the board with a free kick goal in the 63rd minute. The Red Bulls extended the lead to two goals when second-half substitute Jose Angulo scored in the 83rd minute, converting Ethan Decker’s cross.

The Revolution had a chance to take an early lead in just the fourth minute through Sainey Nyassi, but his shot ringed off the crossbar and out of play.

With the win, the Red Bulls Reserves improved to 5-2-2 (17 pts.) on the season, while the Revs concluded their 2012 reserve slate with a 2-5-3 (9 pts.) overall record. While tonight’s game concluded the Revolution’s 2012 Reserve League schedule, the Red Bulls will host the Toronto FC Reserves next Sunday, Sept. 30, at Montclair State.

MLS Reserve League
New York Red Bulls Reserves at New England Revolution Reserves
September 22, 2012 –Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.)

New York Red Bulls Reserves 2, New England Revolution Reserves 1

Scoring Summary:
NYRB – Stephen Keel (unassisted) 63
NYRB – Jose Angulo (Ethan Decker) 83

New England Revolution: Tim Murray, Christian Sady*, Bilal Duckett^, Kareem Smith^, Alec Purdie, Mike Roach, Blair Gavin, Sainey Nyassi (Gabe Gissie* 76), Fernando Cardenas, Dimitry Imbongo, Blake Brettschneider

Substitutes Not Used: Austin Avisa* (GK), Stephen McCarthy

New York Red Bulls: Luis Robles, John Borrajo, Tyler Ruthven, Stephen Keel, Brandon Barklage (Andrew Welker^ 75), Lloyd Sam (Johnny Arteaga 57), Adam Najem*, Nick Paterson^, Corey Hertzog, Kenny Cooper (Jose Angulo 69), Armando Moreno* (Ethan Decker 81)

Substitutes Not Used: Jeremy Vuodo (GK)

^ Guest player
* Academy/Youth player

Misconduct Summary:

Team Records:
New England Revolution – 2-5-3 (9 pts.)
New York Red Bulls – 5-2-2 (17 pts.)

Referee: Michael Solla
Assistant Referees: Russ Wolf, Scott McGrail
Fourth Official: Samuel Kinge

Weather: Overcast, 63 degrees