Just when New York looked set to get its first win at Gillette Stadium since 2002 …
Well, you know what happened. The same thing that always happens when New York travels north to suburban Boston: they leave without a “W.”
The Red Bulls took a late, late lead on Joel Lindpere’s 90th minute header. Reduced to just 10 men following Conor Lade’s ejection, it looked like the most highly unlikely of results.
But a desperate cross in the final seconds found Darrius Barnes, who sent the club’s biggest crowd this year (24,364) home happy with a 1-1 draw.
Funny thing about the Revs’ goal: Red Bull New York ‘keeper Bill Gaudette was livid at his defense. But what about his own culpability? Because Gaudette comes out for the cross, then gets hung up in traffic and leaves himself in a very bad spot, with pretty much no chance to make any kind of save.
Watch for yourself: