Not a great advert for Major League Soccer, if I'm honest. Too many fouls, very little quality. Let's hope Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard can bring a touch of class when they arrive at their respective clubs in the summer. Many thanks for your company.
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There's seconds left and LA Galaxy make a late change. Midfielder Rafael Garcia is on for goalscorer Bradford Jamieson. Garcia will do well to touch the ball.
Four minutes of added time. Does anyone want to win this?
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Discipline? What discipline? The foul count has gone through the roof. Another needless foul results in another Red Bulls free-kick. Felipe whips it into the danger area but Mike Grella is not quick enough to divert it over the line.
Long ball pumped forward into the Red Bulls half. Bradford Jamieson gallops forward but he can't get past Matt Miazga. Three minutes of normal time remaining.
Yellow card count rises to six after two double quick cautions. Galaxy's Robbie Rogers goes into the book for a foul on Dane Richards before Omar Gonzalez gets a yellow as New York set up a free-kick which Sacha Kljestan blasts into the stands.
Ten minutes remaining. The Red Bulls have come alive. Have they saved their best for last?
Dane Richards comes on for Sal Zizzo for the Red Bulls. That's the same Dane Richards who made two appearances for Burnley two years ago.
Clearly no love lost between these two teams. Dax McCarty has already been booked when he catches Galaxy's Gyasi Zardes late. Red card? The referee isn't interested. McCarty can count himself fortunate.
A chance! Bradley Wright-Phillips makes room for himself inside the Galaxy area but his stinign effort is brilliantly kept out by Jaime Penedo. That's got the home fans out of their seats.
Change for LA Galaxy as one veteran replaces another - Edson Buddle on for Alan Gordon.
Twenty minutes remaining. Very much a game in the balance. Who wants this more?
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One Leeds United old boy replaces another as Lloyd Sam makes way for Mike Grella.
Dax McCarty picks up the fourth booking of the match after a cynical challenge on Bradford Jamieson.
Felipe lets fly from long range after spotting keeper Jaime Penedo off his line but it's high and very wide. Pretty much sums up the match...
Could that be the turning point? Moments before the equaliser Galaxy went so close to doubling their lead, Gyasi Zardes beating Chris Duvall to whip in a pin-point cross but Alan Gordon could not keep his header down.
Astonishing! Out of the blue the Red Bulls are level as Felipe scores. The Brazilian knows very little about it as the ball cannons off him into the net from close range. It's scruffy, it's scrappy but the home crowd have come alive.
Disjointed, tetchy...this game is crying out for a moment of quality. Galaxy seem content to sit on their lead. There is absolutely no sign of an equaliser from Red Bulls.
Another bad-tempered challenge. This time goalscorer Bradford Jamieson clatters Chris Duvall but no card for the LA Galaxy man.
Plenty of Red Bulls pressure but the hosts are lacking cutting edge. They're also giving the ball away far too easily.
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This is not a thriller. Both teams could only muster one chance on target each in the opening 45 minutes although the Red Bulls did have 61% of the possession.
I'm not sure Steven Gerrard is still awake at this time. But if he was watching that first half then he is almost certainly feeling sleepy now. Pretty tame stuff from both teams but LA Galaxy have the lead thanks to Bradford Jamieson.
One minute of added time.
Former Leeds player Lloyd Sam ripples Galaxy's side netting from an angle. It's going to require something better than that to worry Bruce Arena's team.
If only the Red Bulls had Galaxy's cutting edge...Stefan Ishizaki's chip into the penalty are causes panic and Alan Gordon is sent flying as he attempts an effort. So close for the visitors.
Plenty of pressure from Red Bulls, who have had the bulk of the player, but there's absolutely no end product. Kemar Lawrence has a cross put behind for a corner. It comes to nothing. And still the band plays on.
Long distance shot by Galaxy's Stefan Ishizaki which takes out an advertising hoarding.
This is getting a bit tetchy. Red Bulls defender Matt Miazga is booked for an ugly challenge on Alan Gordon which leaves the long-haired Galaxy striker withering in agony.
Big chance for Red Bulls. Chris Duvall bursts into the Galaxy penalty area and sets up a chance for Bradley Wright-Phillips. But the striker dithers on the ball too long and the danger is cleared.
Lots of trumpets and drums inside the Red Bulls Arena. It's adding to the carnival atmosphere but the hosts have work to do. Bradley Wright-Phillips is at the heart of their best moves but is finiding it hard going.
Good response by the Red Bulls since falling behind. It's not exactly Premier League pace. More Championship.
Galaxy forward Gyasi Zardes is booked in what is a bruising encounter. Felipe whips the free-kick into the danger area but Jaime Penedo punches it away. Lloyd Sam sends in a rebound but Galaxy just about manage to clear.
So close to an equaliser. Bradley Wright-Phillips, allowed space and time in the box, looks certain to score from close range after Sacha Kljestan's cross but Jaime Penedo makes a terrific save from point blank range.
Bulls eye! The Red Bulls start well but are stunned as USA Under-20 international Bradford Jamieson skins Chris Duvall before a wonderful composed low finish. Steven Gerrard will have been proud of that. His new team are ahead.
Remember Bradley Wright-Phillips? His Premier League days might be behind him but the 30-year-old won the MLS Golden Boot in 2014 after scoring 27 goals for the Red Bulls. He's made a decent start in this game.
Lots of empty seats in the 25,000 venue but the atmosphere is good. There's a band inside the ground and they are making a heck of a lot of noise.
No Robbie Keane for LA Galaxy. The skipper has a groin injury and is not risked. There is a strong Leeds United connection, however, in the shape of former Elland Road players Lloyd Sam, who lines up for Red Bulls, and Galaxy's Robbie Rogers.