New York City FC needs to find goals with its MLS Cup playoff hopes hanging in the balance, and there's no better place to overhaul a two-goal deficit than at home.
New York hosts Toronto FC in the second leg of the Eastern Conference semi on Sunday, with Toronto holding a 2-0 lead after the first leg in Toronto. That leaves NYCFC with no choice but to go on the attack if it has any hope of advancing.
"We don't have a choice. We've made it really difficult for ourselves with the result of the first leg," New York head coach Patrick Viera said. "But we still have belief. We've been in the game long enough to know that anything can happen. We just need to go out onto the field with a good organization, determination and work hard."
Playing at Yankee Stadium, a two-goal margin heading into the second 90 minutes of the two-leg playoff isn't a massive lead for Toronto to defend and New York to overhaul. With a smaller surface in the facility normally used for baseball, New York has enjoyed plenty of high scoring games. >> Read more at SNY.tv...