- 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.
The beautiful game is back 🔥 pic.twitter.com/u8MBgrRHuT— Atlanta United FC (@ATLUTD) January 24, 2020
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