FOXBORO -- The New England Revolution traded midfielder Benny Feilhaber to Sporting Kansas City Tuesday in exchange for allocation money and Sporting KCs natural first-round pick in the 2014 MLS SuperDraft and its natural second-round pick in the 2015 SuperDraft.Feilhaber, 27, made 52 appearances since joining the Revolution in April 2011 through Major League Soccers Allocation process. He made 46 starts, scoring five goals and adding nine assists, including four goals and seven assists in his 23-game 2011 campaign. Prior to joining the Revolution, Feilhaber played six seasons in Europe, including stints with Hamburg (Germanys Bundesliga), Derby County (Englands Premier League) and AGF Aarhus (Denmarks SuperLiga).We've been working on several options with Benny for a few months and we feel this trade with Kansas City is the most beneficial outcome for the Revs, Revolution General Manager Michael Burns said. This move allows us greater roster flexibility in both 2013 and beyond.Feilhaber a fixture with the U.S. National Team under former head coach Bob Bradley has made 39 appearances with the national team, including call-ups to the 2010 FIFA World Cup and 2008 Olympic squads. He has scored two goals with the national team, including the game-winning strike against Mexico in the championship match of the 2007 CONCACAF Gold Cup. His last appearance with the national team came on Jan. 21, 2012, when he started against Venezuela in Phoenix for current head coach Jurgen Klinsmann.
Jay Heaps discusses the tough loss the New England Revolution to the New York Red Bulls
Gonzalo Veron scored in the 90th minute to give the New York Red Bulls a 3-2 victory over the New England Revolution on Wednesday night in the I-95 rivalry.
New York (8-8-2) is the first away team in the series to win since June 8, 2014. New England (5-9-5) lost its fourth consecutive game.
The Red Bulls scored the only two goals of the second half. Daniel Royer tied it at 2 in the 55th minute on a penalty kick, and Veron scored from the corner of the 18-yard box on a fast break.
The teams combined to score three goals in five minutes midway through the first half.
Teal Bunbury opened the scoring in the 21st minute with his first goal of the season for New England. Diego Fagundez dribbled along the 18-yard line and found Bunbury for a finish under Luis Robles' legs. Bradley Wright-Phillips tied it two minutes later with his ninth goal of the season on a volley from distance. Three minutes later, Lee Nguyen gave the Revolution the lead on a close-range chip shot.