Red Bulls vs. Sporting Kansas City: Match Night Commentary

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The New York Red Bulls take on Sporting Kansas City today and will look to keep their recent offensive hot streak going against a KC defense that has been allowing goals in bunches (7:30pm, MSG).

Thierry Henry will look to build on his two-goal game last, while Luke Rodgers earns another start. The Red Bulls will put an impressive defensive record (two goals in six matches) on the line against a KC attack that has had much more success than its defense.

SBI will be providing live commentary on tonight's match so please feel free to follow along here. As always, you are welcome to share your own thoughts and opinions in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action (Tonight's commentary is after the jump):


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19 Responses to Red Bulls vs. Sporting Kansas City: Match Night Commentary

  1. Adrian says:

    No streams being listed in the usual places. Weird.

    Anyone have anything?

  2. maka says:

    http:// www. stops ch2. html

    Get rid of the spaces

  3. OldPuebloFC says:

    I just came here with the same question. Hopefully something will pop up.

  4. OldPuebloFC says:

    Thanks, Maka!

  5. 20 says:

    who is this hottie singing the national anthem at the red bulls game

    ohhhhhhhhhh goodness

  6. 20 says:

    this is ok but if anyone finds a better stream post it

  7. Jason B says:

    Anybody else notice that Brian Kilmeade from FOX News is doing the color commentary on the broadcast?

  8. Adrian says:

    He looked to be offside by at least a yard.

  9. Pistowie says:

    espn has womens softball on and espn2 has track and field

  10. 20 says:

    Anyone else on edge when tackles come flying in after seeing Zakuani’s injury last week?

  11. Ben says:

    With the exception of Rafa’s pk, good stuff in that first half. It’s fun to watch the Ream-Bunbury battle, though I hope Ream comes out the better tonight. Dane is what he is, so I don’t mean this to be a complaint, but if he were a better passer, the Red Bulls would just shred teams.

  12. readte12 says:

    Tainio’s tackle on Bunbury did make me a little nervous…we sure need him in about a month for the USMNT.

  13. CJQ says:

    Even though I’m a dyed in the wool RSL fan, I like watching the Red Bulls play. They’re good now, and have more room to improve than either RSL or LA as the season progresses. KC is playing well, even though they’re having a bit of trouble in the final third. This game is so much better to watch than last night. DC’s ability to pass was downright abysmal, especially considering the players on that team.

  14. Paul, North Jersey says:

    Steve Cangialosi is the worst.

  15. SuperChivo says:

    Is there a reason to watch the Red Bulls if Agudelo doesn’t play?

  16. Josh says:

    1) To watch Thierry Henry play.
    2) To watch the best-passing CB the US has produced in a long time (possibly ever).
    3) To see the best facility in MLS.
    4) Because the Red Bulls are actually a pretty good team with lots of room to improve.

    I can think of more, but that’s a start.

  17. chupacabra says:

    No, Shemp is even worse than him.

  18. chupacabra says:

    Yes, it’s called Luke Rodgers.

  19. Gerald says:

    Did you have a point because the weekly ESPN game was DC getting hammered by Houston