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New York City vs New England player ratings

Another game, another one-goal win — this was closer than most, and your ratings reflect that tension. The game-winning goal from Keaton Parks earns him your first POTM this season.

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New York City FC player ratings are determined by Hudson River Blue readers: Here are your NYCFC player ratings after Saturday's gritty but decisive win over the New England Revolution.

New York City FC’s do the double over New England Revolution after a dramatic win at Gillette Stadium night. The Revs currently sit at the bottom of the Eastern Conference on seven points, but they didn’t make it easy for New York City in what was a cagey affair.

NYCFC left it late – Keaton Parks scored the only goal of the game in the 82nd minute – but they left Foxboro with all three points, grabbing their first win at Gillette Stadium since 2020. This win now makes it three consecutive road wins for New York City, and seven wins in the last eight games. 

You gave four players a 7.0 rating or higher, and for those who you thought had a good showing, your ratings were more slightly generous than those from FotMob. But for the players who struggled on the night, your ratings were much harsher than FotMob's. 

After bagging his first goal of the season in the previous fixture against New York Red Bulls, Mounsef Bakrar reverted back to his struggling form, earning himself a 5.3 rating from Hudson River Blue readers and a 6.8 from FotMob. 

Note: FotMob ratings are in parentheses. 

NYCFC finds beauty in winning ugly
What could have been a frustrating “trap game” vs a New England team with the worst record in MLS instead became another example of how New York City FC has improved their mentality and resiliency since last season.

Starting XI

Mounsef Bakrar, off 60' (6.8) – 5.1

Santiago Rodríguez (7.8) – 6.7

Hannes Wolf, off 81' (6.5) – 6.6

Agustín Ojeda, off 60' (6.8) – 5.4

Keaton Parks (8.2) – 8.3

Andrés Perea (6.9) – 6.8

Kevin O'Toole (7.4) – 6.8

Tayvon Gray (7.9) – 7.8

Thiago Martins (7.6) – 7.7

Birk Risa (6.8) – 6.7

Matt Freese (8.5) – 8.8

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