The New York Red Bulls' 2015 season could be regarded as a highly offensive one. The club ranked first in the MLS in with 62 goals this season. They were led by Bradley Wright-Phillips' 17 goals which ranked fifth in the league. Here is an overview of some high scoring and impressive offensive matches this year.
March 28: New York Red Bulls 2-1 Columbus Crew SC
The Red Bulls victory at Columbus was a slow game from the beginning. However, at halftime, the action progressed when forward Bradley Wright-Phillips converted a penalty kick four minutes into the second half. Crew midfielder Tony Tchani would even up the score, with a very close shot in the box, following a Columbus corner kick. Five minutes later, Felipe's shot in the center of the box was blocked by Crew goalie, Steve Clark. The deciding goal that would break the 1-1 tie, was from New York's Mike Grella. The forward took a shot from the outside of the box, netting thew top left corner of the goal. Wright-Phillips set up the goal. The Red Bulls did not conceive as many corner kicks (4) as Columbus (10) . The Crew also tallied more shots (15) than the Red Bulls' (13).
June 28: New York City FC 1-3 New York Red Bulls
Even though New York City's Thomas McNamara scored 6 minutes into the match at Yankee Stadium, the Red Bulls' offense, powered by Sacha Kljestan's 2 assists came back and won 3-1. Bradley Wright-Phillips scored early in the second half, off a Kljestan cross, into the top right corner of City's goal. Five minutes later, Red Bulls defender Chris Duvall booted a right-footed shot past Josh Saunders. Kljestan recorded his second assist of the match, when the California native set up another cross, this time to Matt Miazga, who timed his header perfectly from the six-yard box and proceeded to celebrate with the infamous home run shot.
July 11: New York Red Bulls 4-1 New England Revolution
The Red Bulls started the match with an aggressive offense. Bradley Wright-Phillips started the scoring streak by heading a goal in over Revolution goalie Bobby Shuttleworth, 4 minutes into the match. Midfielder Lloyd Sam added to the lead 6 minutes after Wright-Phillips with a straight shot in to the bottom right of the goal. Two minutes after Sam, BWP netted his second goal of the match. The Revolution played more defensively and Shuttleworth ended with 5 saves compared to Robles' 2. New York's Anthony Wallace, who was starting his second game at left back, tallied his first of the season, shooting from outside the box from the usual left back position.