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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 NYC FC 9 6 7 33
2 NY Red Bulls 9 4 9 31
3 Philadelphia 8 6 7 30
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

NYFC lose, Patrick Vieira slams Jesse Marsch for influencing referee

The ESPN FC crew discuss NYCFC's struggles against their local rivals after a 4-1 loss to New York Red Bulls.
Patrick Viera and Jesse Marsch react to another tense match between NYCFC and New York Red Bulls, a 4-1 win for the Red Bulls.

New York City FC coach Patrick Vieira, whose side lost 4-1 to the New York Red Bulls on Sunday is unhappy with Jesse Marsch's influence on the referee during the heated derby.

The Red Bulls stormed into a three-goal lead through goals from Bradley Wright-Phillips, Ronald Zubar and a penalty from Sacha Kljestan, before Thomas McNamara pulled one back two minutes before the break. Wright-Phillips added a fourth on 70 minutes while City's Norris Ethan White was sent off in the 89th minute.

The result...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Bradley Wright-Phillips guides New York Red Bulls to win over NYCFC

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Bradley Wright-Phillips netted a brace as the New York Red Bulls downed New York City FC 4-1 with ease.

Bradley Wright-Phillips scored twice as the New York Red Bulls thrashed New York City FC 4-1 in Sunday's derby.

The hosts opened the scoring in the 20th minute when Sacha Kljestan played a pass through to Wright-Phillips, and the striker capably finished.

And the Red Bulls doubled their lead three minutes later when defender Ronald Zubar headed home following a corner.

NYCFC manager Patrick Vieira was then sent to the stands for protesting, but it got worse for the Eastern Conference leaders...