New York City FC still struggled on the road but this time they managed to avoid defeat. The Blues' start to the season away from Yankee Stadium wasn't the best. Before the game against the New England Revolutions, New York had managed to pick up a point in three games played on the road and against the Chicago Fire. The win didn't come this time either, but at least the Blues didn't lose.

It was not an easy match for City against the Eastern Conference leaders. New England Revolution tried in every way for the fifth win out of six games played but without success. New York City FC played a game of great character proving that they don't want to go home with zero points in their pocket. And they succeeded. Talles Magno's goal was the reward for the effort put in by the whole team in trying to get a draw which in the end proved to be deserved.

The most surprising and encouraging aspect of the Gillette Stadium game is that New York, even when trailing, never gave the impression of giving up. Rather, he immediately pushed to seek an equalizer, even risking conceding the second goal and thus saying goodbye to any possible comeback. The team, on the other hand, united even more, demonstrating that they were there both physically and mentally.

The willpower of the team and the desire not to give up are the fundamental aspects from which New York must start again to face the three home games that could change the Blues' season.

Sezione: The Opinion / Data: Mon 03 April 2023 alle 23:04
Autore: nycfc soccernews
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