Last Saturday, the New York Red Bulls held 10-men Fc Dallas to a 2-2 draw at the Toyota Stadium. FC Dallas couldn't win the encounter despite playing in front of their 16,035-person home crowd. However, the Red Bulls approach to the game was tactical, attack minded and physical. They opened the scoring in the first half but were unable to capitalize on their lead.

FC Dallas was apparently wasteful and squandered most of their goalscoring opportunities. Hernán Grana (54') and Mauro Diaz (76') were on target for RBNY, while goals from Sacha Kljestan (43') and Aaron Long (57') salvaged a draw for Óscar Pareja's side.

With this stalemate, FC Dallas is sixth with thirty-seven points in the Western Conference table. In the East, New York Red Bulls are fifth on forty points. Here's a quick match report and summary between the both teams:

FC Dallas outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Jesse Gonzalez (5.1). Defenders - Hernán Grana (7.4), Atiba Harris (six points), Walker Zimmerman (7.0), Ryan Hollingshead (6.1). Midfielder - Jacori Hayes (5.4), Victor Ulloa (6.3), Michael Barrios (7.5), Mauro Díaz (7.4), Roland Lamah (5.5). Forward - Maximiliano Urruti (six points). Used substitutes - Javier Morales (5.7), Cristian Colmán (5.7), Reggie Cannon (5.8).

Team's strength and weakness: FCD created several goal scoring opportunities from set pieces and through individual efforts but were poor at finishing up those chances.

They were caught offside often, lost possession and were too aggressive in their tackles.

Team style of play: Óscar Pareja's side apparently favored through balls and often launched counter attacks through the center midfield.

New York Red Bulls outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Luis Robles (6.5).

Defenders - Damien Perrinelle (7.2), Aaron Long (7.2), Sal Zizzo (six points). Midfielder - Felipe (six points), Connor Lade (5.6), Tyler Adams (7.7), Sacha Kljestan (8.0). Forward - Sean Davis (6.6), Bradley Wright-Phillips (7.9), Alex Muyl (6.6). Used substitutes - Gonzalo Verón (5.5), Derrick Etienne (six points), Muhamed Keita (six points).

Team's strength and weakness: New York Red Bulls were brilliant at setting up goal bound opportunities through individual efforts and set pieces. They were a bit good at converting their chances. However, Jesse Marsch's men gave away several free kicks within their half.

Team style of play: New York Red Bulls favored both short and long passes as they were more dominant throughout the encounter.

Who's the Man of the Match?

Red Bulls attacking midfielder Sacha Kljestan was honored Man of the Match. He scored a goal and provided an assist. Kljestan made three key passes and completed ninety-three touches.

What's next for the both teams?

New York Red Bulls will travel to Illinois to face Chicago Fire on Saturday 9 September. The following day, FCD will slog it out with Atlanta United at Bobby Dodd Stadium.