77 ’: Barraza denies Gignac a chip. Just to show how seriously Tigres takes City.
69 ’: Parks are coming for Medina. Andres Jasson is also making his debut. Why didn’t parks start in the first place?
3-0 Tigres. 4-0 overall. If you’re still reading, just go to sleep. There is nothing to see here.
Ricardo Ferretti is angry with his team even though they won 3-0 overall. That is the difference between us and them. Tigres demand excellence. City is satisfied with mediocrity.
I’m happy to see City finally get creative when they’ve already achieved three goals! Ugggh, I can’t. I thought we’d be done with disappointment this year.
49 ’: Tigres pretty much end it. Quiones burns Matarrita (again) on the right wing before centering the ball on an unmarked attacker. 2-0 in the night. Overall 3: 0.
The second half is underway. The city has a lot to do. Two goals are required.
It was a blast for the tigers tonight. But it’s all that was needed. NYCFC has owned the ball for most of the night but a good chance for Gignac has put City in a 1-0 (2-0) hole.
I could go on and on about how it’s not over yet – if NYC can put two goals together with one goal conceded, they will actually score away goals. But let’s be honest. . . Has anything this team done this season gave you confidence in situations like this? Not me.
30 ’: Gignac heads you in. An outstretched Barraza gets a touch, but it’s not enough. Tigres now have a 2-0 lead. There will be no penalties tonight. City now needs two goals to move forward.
26 ’: Great piece from Barraza! The former marquette keeper makes himself as big as possible and keeps the total deficit on one goal.
13 ’: Matarrita tried to bury you from a distance. But the shot sails harmlessly over the crossbar.
6 ’: Good flow to the start of this. Both teams seem determined and ready. So far no real signs of rust for City.
We are in Orlando! NYCFC are currently 1-0 down overall but can make things interesting with just one goal. Mind you, away goals are still the tiebreaker.
Lineup is out! As announced, Luiz Barraza will play in place of the absent Sean Johnson. The defense corps of Ronald Matarrita, Maxime Chanot, Alex Callens and Anton Tinnerholm remains intact.
In midfield, it gets interesting where Cacha Acevedo with Maxi Moralez and Jesus Medina as attacking midfielders will be the only defender, although it is possible that Ronny Deila with Medina at No.. 1 experimented. 8th. Ismael Tajouri-Shradi, Gary Mackay-Steven and Ismael Tajouri-Shradi make up the attacking three.
Referee: Ismael Cornejo (referee); Juan Francisco Zumba, Geovany García (assistant referee); Oliver Vergara (4th. Official); None (VAR)
The Story: It’s been nine long months since New York City FC and Tigres UANL met on Nov.. March 2020 in the first leg of the quarter-finals of the CONCACAF Champions League. It was the last day of normalcy before the sports world got to a screeching half as the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic hit North America.
Despite dominating Mexican opponents in the first half, NYCFC couldn’t find the back of the net and was put in a 1-0 hole after Tigres’ Eduigr Vargas – who is no longer with the club – scored a goal later rebound in the Red Bull Arena.
With MLS season well behind them, NYCFC travels to the CCL bubble in Orlando, where they avoid the historic MLS threat of playing away from home in Mexico. Unfortunately, they’ll be inferior to wear and tear.
James Sands stays out with a broken foot, as does Héber, who is out with an ACL injury. Shortly after the playoff run was aborted, team captain Alex Ring underwent a small knee operation that kept him away from the competition. To make matters worse, NYCFC is having to forego longtime netminder Sean Johnson as he has been classified as being in close contact with a player who tested positive for COVID-19 last week.
Despite the multitude of absences, New York City has tons of capable players to team up with.
Luiz Barraza will replace Johnson while Nicolas “Cacha” Acevedo could get a very welcome addition to the line-up. City now also has the talents of the Academy product Andres Jasson in the foreground. Although Gary Mackay-Steven is not under contract for next season, he is still in talks with the club about a possible return in 2021 and traveled to Orlando with the team.
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