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Timbers play Red Bulls to 1-1 tie

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Portland Timbers forward Jaroslaw Niezgoda (11), center, tries to control the ball under the pressure of New York Red Bulls defenders Dylan Nealis (12) and Thomas Edwards (7) during the first half of an MLS soccer match, Saturday, May 7, 2022, in Harrison, N.J.
Portland Timbers forward Jaroslaw Niezgoda (11), center, tries to control the ball under the pressure of New York Red Bulls defenders Dylan Nealis (12) and Thomas Edwards (7) during the first half of an MLS soccer match, Saturday, May 7, 2022, in Harrison, N.J. (AP Photo/Eduardo Munoz Alvarez) Photo Gallery

HARRISON, N.J. — Aaron Long scored the equalizer for the New York Red Bulls in a 1-1 draw with the Portland Timbers on Saturday.

Long scored the equalizer for the Red Bulls (5-2-3) in the 67th minute, assisted by Dylan Nealis.

Jaroslaw Niezgoda scored the lone goal for the Timbers (2-3-6).

The Red Bulls outshot the Timbers 10-6, with three shots on goal to one for the Timbers.

David Bingham had two saves for the Timbers.

UP NEXT: The Timbers host Sporting Kansas City on Saturday.

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TIMBERS 1, RED BULLS 1

Portland 0 1—1

New York Red Bulls 0 1—1

First Half—None.

Second Half—1, Portland, Niezgoda, 3 (Moreno), 53rd minute; 2, New York Red Bulls, Long, 2 (Nealis), 67th.

Goalies—Portland, David Bingham, Justin Vom Steeg; New York Red Bulls, Carlos Miguel, Ryan Meara.

Yellow Cards—Williamson, Portland, 46th; Casseres Jr., New York Red Bulls, 90th+2.

Referee—Alex Chilowicz. Assistant Referees—Cory Richardson, Tyler Wyrostek, Jorge Gonzalez. 4th Official—Matt Franz.

Lineups

Portland—David Bingham; Pablo Bonilla, Larrys Mabiala, Justin Rasmussen, Dario Zuparic (Bill Tuiloma, 76th); Santiago Moreno (Sebastian Blanco, 76th), Cristhian Paredes, Eryk Williamson (Diego Chara, 69th); Yimmi Chara, Marvin Loria (David Ayala, 86th), Jaroslaw Niezgoda.

New York Red Bulls—Carlos Miguel; Tom Edwards, Aaron Long, Dylan Nealis (Omir Fernandez, 72nd), Sean Nealis, John Tolkin; Frankie Amaya (Dru Yearwood, 69th), Cristhian Casseres Jr., Lewis Morgan; Tom Barlow (Zachary Ryan, 80th), Luquinhas.

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