16-year-old Serge Ngoma becomes the youngest goal scorer of the MLS season, winning the 89th minute as the New York Red Bulls beat Atlanta United 2-1 at Harrison Thursday night. Did. , N.J.
Ngoma, who played in his fourth MLS match, played in the Omir Fernandez match in the 69th minute, making a memorable defensive play for a definitive tally.
Ngoma intercepted Atlanta's Alan Franco's pass, overtaking defender Alex De John and shooting with his right foot from the center of the box to the lower right corner of the net.
Lewis Morgan scored a tie with a penalty kick in the 83rd minute before the New Jersey natives scored the winner of the match.
Morgan made his third turn from this season's penalty spot after a runnerless by Atlanta defender Caleb Wiley's sliding tackle. Morgan easily scored an eighth goal by stepping into the shot of his left foot, which landed in the center of the net.
The second half of the rally helped Red Bull (8-5-5, 29 points) win three straight homes and enter the first tie at the Eastern Conference between CF Montréal and the Philadelphia Union. ..
Josef Martinez scored a scramble in the 75th minute after playing the match 12 minutes ago.
After the Red Bull failed to clear the rebound of Atlanta's Emerson Hyndman's right foot shot, Martinez got a rebound and lifted his right foot shot very close to the right corner. rice field.
New York goalkeeper Carlos Coronel made two saves in the 53rd minute, including a dive stop at Ronald Sisneros.
Atlanta goalkeeper Roccoli Osnova is on his fourth career start as United (5-7-4, 19 points) reach six games (0-5-1). I stopped one shot.
The only shot in Atlanta's opening half occurred in the 31st minute when Coronel jumped a shot of Luiz Araújo's left foot from the center of the box.
New York's only shot occurred in the 41st minute, but Rio Snovo stopped the header attempt from Patryk Klimala.
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