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Red Bulls reserves overrun Juventus
May 23rd, 2010 11:56PM

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TAGS:  italy, mls, new york red bulls


[MLS] Jeremy Hall, Conor Chinn and Juan Pablo Angel scored in the second half to lead the New York Red Bulls to a 3-1 win over Italian powerhouse Juventus in front of 18,735 at Red Bull Arena Sunday afternoon.

All three goals came in a span of 25 minutes in the second half. Brazilian-Italian Amauri had the only goal for Juve in the 90th minute.

The struggling Red Bulls rested most of their starters. Chinn was one of three rookies to start along with Irving Garcia and Tony Tchani in midfield. (Angel was a second-half sub.)

Brazilian defender Clebao, who has played for clubs in Portugal and China as well as Brazil, has been training with the Bulls and started against Juve.

Juve was missing several starters because of national team commitments, but it did start the longtime strike partnership of David Trezeguet and Alessandro Del Piero.

The Red Bulls will next face the Colorado Rapids in the U.S. Open Cup on Wednesday at Red Bull Arena.

May 23 in Harrison, N.J.
New York Red Bulls 3 Juventus 1. Goals: Hall 50, Chinn 55, Angel 75; Amauri 90.
New York -- Sutton, Borman (Miller 46), Mendes, Clebao, Sassano (Albright 80), Hall (Stammler 68), Ubiparipovic, Tchani, Garcia (Richards 68), Wolyniec, Chinn (Angel 68).
Juventus  --
Manninger (Bardi 81), Grosso (Falque 68), Bernardini (Raffaele 81), Goncalo Brandao (Salihamidzic 86), Zebina (Grygera 56), Padoin (Bellacastro 81), Marrone, Diego (Paolucci 56), Candreva (Esposito 67), Trezeguet (Amauri 46), Del Piero (Paolo de Ceglie. 56)
Referee: Juan Carlos Rivero.
Att.: 18,735.



0 comments
  1. I w Nowozeniuk
    commented on: May 24, 2010 at 12:26 p.m.
    Juve was not into this friendly and it showed...NYRB on the other hand had a few reserves show up with some passion and intensity which was missing in the last two home games.


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