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New York Red Bulls

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Benfica replace Porto on tour of North America this summer

Benfica manager Jorge Jesus will lead his team across North America this summer.

Portuguese league champions Benfica will replace Porto for four preseason friendlies in North America this summer.

Porto will play Paris Saint-Germain at Toronto on July 18; Fiorentina at East Hartford, Connecticut, six days later; at the New York Red Bulls on July 26; and against Mexico's Club America at July 28 at a site to be announced.

All of the games are part of the International Champions Cup event.

Relevent Sports, an organiser of the games, announced the switch Saturday and said all ticket...

Philadelphia Union down New York Red Bulls, Wondolowski scores 100th goal

While the New York Red Bulls controlled the match it was the Philadelphia Union who took full advantage of their chances on the counter and claimed a vital road-win.

HARRISON, N.J. -- Vincent Nogueira and C.J. Sapong scored a quick pair of second-half goals and the Philadelphia Union beat the New York Red Bulls 2-0 on Sunday for their second straight victory.

Nogueira opened the scoring in the 57th minute, tapping in Cristian Maidana's 20-yard strike with a back-heel flick from just outside the 6-yard box. Sapong stunned the Red Bulls with another goal 5 minutes later. Fabinho's run from midfield led the counterattack and Maidana earned his second assist of...

New York City FC level late with Chicago, FC Dallas draw with Red Bulls

David Villa set up goals at the end of each half, helping New York City FC to a 2-2 draw against Chicago Fire, snapping a four-game losing streak.
The Red Bulls wall does its job blocking Mauro Diaz's free kick as New York and Dallas ended in a goalless draw.

Felipe Martins' goal-line block on a Michael Barrios shot in the 72nd minute of play helped the New York Red Bulls play FC Dallas to a scoreless draw Friday night.

Barrios, who came on in relief of reigning MLS rookie of the year Tesho Akindele in the 59th minute, found open space to the left of Luis Robles and bent a shot that cleanly beat the New York keeper, but the Brazilian midfielder, positioned on the goal line, made the save.

Bradley Wright-Phillips took a cross from Chris Duvall in the...