Tim Cahill scored on a rebound moments after a penalty kick save by Luis Robles and the New York Red Bulls beat the Columbus Crew 1-0 on Saturday.
Cahill headed a rebound in the 80th minute after Andy Gruenebaum made the initial save off a shot by Jonathan Steele.
''Jonny hit a great strike,'' Cahill said. ''The `keeper reacted with a save. I seen the `keeper...
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18 days ago
Midfielder Tim Cahill’s two-goal performance, including an 89th minute match-winner, helped give the New York Red Bulls their second-straight win – a 2-1 road victory over Toronto FC this afternoon. New York has won three of its last four matches, moving to 14 points off a 4-4-2 record and a tie for first place in the Eastern Conference, pending Saturday’s other MLS results...
Tim Cahill scored twice, including a header in the 89th minute that gave the New York Red Bulls a 2-1 victory over Toronto FC on Saturday.
Cahill's tiebreaking goal came off a cross by Thierry Henry and gave New York (4-4-2) its second straight win and third in its last four matches.
Jonathan Osorio had the tying goal for Toronto (1-3-4) in the 83rd minute. Ryan Richter played...
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25 days ago
Sunderland and New York Red Bulls are reportedly in talks over a loan move for Tim Cahill.
Australia international Cahill spent eight years in the Barclays Premier League with Everton before joining the Red Bulls in July.
The Major League Soccer season came to an end last month and a number of players are expected to sign temporary deals in Europe when the January transfer window...
Tim Cahill left the Premier League in July, but a number of teams are already jockeying to bring him back.
The veteran midfielder now plays for Major League Soccer’s (MLS) New York Red Bulls, but his former club, Everton FC, is one of five Premier League clubs interested in signing him on loan in January, according to the Press Association.
“A return to Goodison Park seemed...
Tim Cahill aka ‘Tiny Tim’ has made a meaningful impact in sporting culture in Australia and around the world. He was the first Australian to score in a World Cup Finals game and has made headlines all around the globe for his numerous feats. After leaving his footprint at English club Everton, Tiny Tim is now making a new name for himself for MLS side New York Red Bulls.