- Watch: De Boer on Atlanta's win
- Photos: Gallery via ATLUTD.com
- Read: NewYorkRedBulls.com report
- RBNY takeaways from friendly vs. Atlanta
The Five Stripes, who have had camp open a bit longer because of their preparations for the Concacaf Champions League, came out 2-1 winners, with Josef Martinez and the Five Stripes showing us at least one glimpse of an attack that looks in midseason form.
Atlanta's next preseason fixture comes next Wednesday against the Philadelphia Union. The Red Bulls are in Bradenton through February 1 with upcoming exhibitions against the University of South Florida and D.C. United.
- 7' — RBNY — Florian Valot
- ATL — Josef Martinez
- ATL — Ezequiel Barco
NY Red Bulls starting XI(4-4-2): Ryan Meara – Rece Buckmaster, Sean Nealis, Tim Parker, Patrick Seagrist – Florian Valot, Sean Davis, Chris Lema, Daniel Royer – Brian White, Niko Petridis
Atlanta starting XI(4-2-3-1): Brad Guzan – Edgar Castillo, Fernando Meza, Miles Robinson, Franco Escobar – Eric Remedi, Mo Adams – Brooks Lennon, Ezequiel Barco, Gonzalo Martinez – Josef Martinez
NY Red Bulls 30th minute(4-2-3-1): Wallis Lapsley – Rece Buckmaster (John Tolkin), Sean Nealis (Amro Tarek), Tim Parker (Roy Boateng), Patrick Seagrist (Kyle Duncan) – Sean Davis (Kyle Zajec), Marc Rzatkowski – Cherif Dieye, Alex Muyl, Deri Corfe – Brian White (Tom Barlow)
NY Red Bulls 60th minute(4-2-3-1): Kendall McIntosh – John Tolkin, Amro Tarek, Roy Boateng, Kyle Duncan – Barry Sharifi Kyle Duncan – Jared Stroud, Ben Mines, Stavros Zarokostas – Tom Barlow