A Lee Nguyen penalty kick goal and a Diego Fagundez finish gave the Revs a 2-1 lead in the final minutes of regulation, despite the fact New England was down a man after an Andy Dorman red card. The Red Bulls kept on pressing and found their late equalizer when a corner kick was punched out toward Cahill and he placed a perfect header over Revs goalkeeper Matt Reis. The Red Bulls had controlled play for much of the night, and held a 1-0 lead courtesy of a Fabian Espindola goal in the 19th minute. The match turned on a handball called against Jamison Olave in the penalty area in the 85th minute. Replays appeared to show the ball striking Olave’s shoulder, but the Revs still drew the PK, and Nguyen converted it to tie the score. The Revs went down a man just a minute later after Dorman was whistled for a studs-up challenge on Eric Alexander, but that didn’t stop them from finding a go-ahead goal in the 91st minute. Fagundez pounced on a bad pass from David Carney before netting the goal to make the score 2-1. The Red Bulls looked shell-shocked by the two late goals, but mustered one final push to set up Cahill’s equalizer. The Red Bulls tied the score when Reis slapped away a corner kick to an unmarked Cahill, who calmly placed a looping header into the net in the dying seconds of the match. The draw leaves the Red Bulls two points ahead of Sporting Kansas City for first place in the Eastern Conference, with Sporting holding a game in hand. The dropped points at home do put a dent in the Red Bulls’ hopes of securing the Supporters’ Shield. For New England, the road draw can be considered a good result against a top team like New York, but seeing a lead vanish on the final play of the match will leave the Revs feeling shattered as they sit a point behind the Chicago Fire for the final playoff spot in the East. Follow GOAL.COM on Twitter FLAGSTAFF, Ariz.
The bankruptcy will protect the opera from creditors and provide a forum for negotiating debts and possibly selling assets. The opera listed New York City Ballet as one of its biggest unsecured creditors, with a claim of $1.6 million, according to the petition. The operas lawyer, Kenneth Rosen of Lowenstein Sandler LLP, said on Sept. 30 that the opera would be liquidated or possibly sold in court to another cultural or educational institution. Canceled Season In an e-mail statement on Oct. 1, George Steel , the artistic director and general manager since 2009, said the company canceled its 2013-12014 season. Anna Nicole finished its run on Sept. 28. New York City Opera co-produced Anna Nicole with the Brooklyn Academy of Music . New York City Opera did not achieve the goal of its emergency appeal, he wrote. New York City Operas projected deficit for fiscal year 2012 was $44.1 million, although it had a balanced operating budget in recent years, according to the filing.
According to New York Police Department sources, whether either of the two new officers to step forward witnessed Sunday’s incidents remains unclear, Miller reported Saturday afternoon. All three officers who have said that they took part in the motorcycle ride were off-duty. Earlier, on “CBS This Morning: Saturday,” CBS News reported that an undercover detective was riding with the group of bikers. Sources say he did not take part in the altercation with Alexian Lien and his wife, but he did not step in to stop the attack either, reportedly because he did not want to blow his cover. The detective, who has not been identified, was not investigating the motorcycle group. He has retained a lawyer and is not talking to police. Police are, however, questioning two suspects and trying to determine what charges, if any, will be brought against them. Reginald Chance surrendered late Friday. The NYPD says he’s the man seen on video hitting the SUV with his helmet. Chance joins Robert Sims, who turned himself in earlier in the day. He’s allegedly the man who was seen on video trying to open the door of the Range Rover after it slowed on the highway.New York road-rage incident: Three NYPD cops took part in motorcycle ride Related Stories
NEW YORK RED BULLS (4-4-2): Luis Robles – Kosuke Kimura, Heath Pearce, Markus Holgersson, Roy Miller – Lloyd Sam (Brandon Barklage 76), Tim Cahill (Juninho 46), Eric Alexander, Jonny Steele – Andre Akpan, Fabian Espindola. MORE: NY-NE May 11 Matchcenter NEW YORK RED BULLS The New York Red Bulls saw their winning streak put to an end but still made it five games without loss, coming back for a 1-1 draw with Seattle Sounders FC on Sunday evening at CenturyLink Field. The Red Bulls are in sole possession of first place in the Eastern Conference and the MLS overall table with 52 points from 31 matches. LAST MATCH Sounders FC took the lead in the final minute of the first half. A cross from Brad Evans struck the hand of Red Bulls defender Markus Holgersson inside the New York penalty area, and after referee Kevin Stott pointed to the spot, Evans buried the resulting penalty despite goalkeeper Luis Robles guessing correctly. Highlights: SEA 1, NY 1 But the visitors leveled terms in the 76th minute. A failed clearance fell to Tim Cahill in the left side of the box, and he buried a curling strike into the far side netting. Red Bulls head coach Mike Petke made four changes to the team that claimed a 1-0 victory against FC Dallas at Red Bull Arena. Ibrahim Sekagya came into central defense in place of Jamison Olave, Lloyd Sam started in midfield instead of Eric Alexander, and Peguy Luyindula and Fabian Espindola formed the strike pair ahead of Thierry Henry and Bradley Wright-Phillips. NEW YORK RED BULLS (4-4-2): Luis Robles – Kosuke Kimura, Ibrahim Sekagya, Markus Holgersson, David Carney – Lloyd Sam (Eric Alexander 71), Dax McCarty, Tim Cahill, Jonny Steele – Peguy Luyindula, Fabian Espindola (Andre Akpan 89). MORE: Tim Cahill relishes hero role TEAM NEWS While the Red Bulls saw their four-game winning streak come to an end, they still made it five games without loss and took a result from a second consecutive road match.