New York City 1-1 Cincinnati: Draw on Wednesday

BRONX. Cincinnati and New York City draw 1-1. T. Martins scored the first own goal (22') for Cincinnati. G. Pereira settled the score 1-1 (42').


BRONX. Cincinnati and New York City draw 1-1. T. Martins scored the first own goal (22′) for Cincinnati. G. Pereira settled the score 1-1 (42′). New York City couldn’t win even though he was superior in terms of holding the ball possession (58%)

The match was played at the Citi Field stadium in Bronx on Wednesday and it started at 8:00 pm local time. The referee was Ted Unkel with the assistance of Meghan Mullen and Ryan Graves. The 4th official was Silviu Petrescu. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was pleasant around 20.5 degrees Celsius or 68.94 Fahrenheit. Humidity was up to 76%.​

Match Statistics

New York City was in firm control of the ball 58% while Cincinnati was struggling with a 42% ball possession.

New York City was more aggressive with 58 dangerous attacks and 22 shots of which 7 were on target. However, this did not suffice for New York City to win the match​.

New York City shot 22 times, 7 on target, 15 off target. On the other side, Cincinnati shot 5 times, 2 on target, 3 off target.


New York City received 3 yellow cards (G. Pereira, N. B. Acevedo Tabarez and M. Chanot). On the other side, Cincinnati received 1 yellow card (O. Nwobodo).

(New York City) was sent out after receiving a red card in the (76′).

After this match, New York City will have 45 points to stay in the 4th place. On the opposite side, Cincinnati will have 38 points like New England to stay in the 8th place.

Match Events

  • 22'

    T. Martins (OG)

  • 42'

    G. Pereira

    M. Chanot

  • 45'

    G. Pereira

  • 46'


    D. Badji

  • 64'

    O. Nwobodo

  • 65'

    J. Moreno

    J. Nelson

  • 65'

    S. Santos

    B. Vazquez

  • 72'


    S. Rodriguez

  • 74'

    T. Andrade

    M. Meineche

  • 76'

    T. Martins

  • 81'

    A. Jasson

    G. Pereira

  • 84'

    N. B. Acevedo Tabarez

  • 85'

    R. Matarrita

    Y. Kubo

  • 90'

    M. Chanot

Next match

In the upcoming Major League Soccer match, New York City will play away with Charlotte on the 10th of September with a 1-0 head to head in favor of Charlotte (0 draws).

Cincinnati will host SJ Earthquakes on the 10th of September with a 1-0 head to head statistic in favor of SJ Earthquakes (0 draws).

New York City: Formation and Lineups

New York City started with an extremely aggressive line-up (3-4-3).

The manager Nick Cushing chose to play with the following team: Sean Johnson (6.4), Thiago Martins (6.3), Maxime Chanot (7.4), Alexander Callens (7.7), Tayvon Gray (7.9), Maxi Moralez (8.4), Nicolás Acevedo (7.4), Malte Amundsen (6.7), Gabriel Pereira (8.1), Talles Magno (6.9) and Santiago Rodríguez (6.9).


New York City made 3 changes: S. Rodriguez for Heber (72′), M. Meineche for T. Andrade (74′) and G. Pereira for A. Jasson (81′).

Top player: Maxi Moralez

Probably the most impressive player in New York City was Maxi Moralez.

His rating is (8.4) with 83 passes (86% accurate) and 8 key passes. He was won 6 duels out of 15. He performed 11 crosses.

Cincinnati: Formation and Lineups

Cincinnati started with a 3-4-1-2 line-up (3-4-1-2).

On the opposite side, Pat Noonan played with: Roman Celentano (8.0), Nick Hagglund (7.1), Matthew Miazga (7.1), Ian Murphy (6.5), Raymon Gaddis (6.4), Obinna Nwobodo (6.4), Yuya Kubo (7.3), John Nelson (6.4), Álvaro Barreal (7.1), Brandon Vazquez (6.2) and Dominique Badji (6.7).


Cincinnati made 4 changes: D. Badji for Brenner (46′), J. Nelson for J. Moreno (65′), B. Vazquez for S. Santos (65′) and Y. Kubo for R. Matarrita (85′).

Best player: Roman Celentano

The player that probably impressed the most for Cincinnati was the goalkeeper: Roman Celentano. His rating is 7.95. He performed 7 saves.

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