New York Red Bulls vs Barcelona live stream, updates, highlights and lineups for the pre-season friendly

FC Barcelona will conclude its summer tour of the USA with a match against the New York Red Bulls on Saturday. Robert Lewandowski will continue his quest to score his first goal in the Blaugrana shirt.

This will be the fourth and final game of the pre-season series in the United States that saw Barcelona beat another MLS club, Inter Miami, 6-0, before defeating arch-rivals Real Madrid 1-0 and equalizing Italian powerhouse Juventus 2-2.

One exhibition final will remain on the schedule, in Spain against UNAM Pumas (7 August), before the start of the domestic season against Rayo Vallecano on 13 August.

The Red Bulls are knocked out in the US Open semi-finals against Orlando City in midweek, but are ahead in the league game, where they sit fifth best record with 12 games remaining in the regular season of the Football League. Playoff berth at hand.

This is the third meeting ever between Red Bulls and Barcelona, ​​as the previous two editions have been played at Meadowlands In East Rutherford, Barcelona won the two games: 4-1 in 2006 and 6-2 in 2008. This will be the first time that Barcelona plays a competitive match at Red Paul Arena in Harrison, New Jersey

Sporting News follows the match live and provides live updates and commentary on the results.

more: Watch Ousmane Dembele’s goals against Juventus

New York Red Bulls vs Barcelona live stream

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Bar – Ousmane Dembele (Ravenha) – 40 minutes.

Live broadcast of the New York Red Bulls vs Barcelona match, the highlights of the pre-season period

46 minutes: The second half is underway and the Red Bulls are going in a whole new eleven. Barcelona is also introducing some changes.

First Half: New York Red Bulls 0, Barcelona 1

half time: The Red Bulls held strong and approached the break at 0-0, but there was plenty of defense and emergency goalkeeping as the half went on. Robert Lewandowski still couldn’t hit his goal, but while Lewa is more predictable in his movements and shots, Ousmane Dembele and Ravenha know how to improvise, and they do it well.

40 minutes: Barcelona goal! Rafinha feeds Dembele on the right and his country shot blasts off the RBNY goalkeeper and into the far post. That’s now three goals in two matches for Dembele.

Dembele and Rafinha switched teams, and Dembele came from the left flank and returned to the natural right wing to score this goal.

38th minute: Now, Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s Christian Caceres is shown a yellow card for fouling De Jong in midfield.

30 minutes: Lots of emergency defense lately for the Red Bulls, and goalkeeper Carlos Coronel had another shot by Lewandowski who couldn’t buy a goal yet.

28 minutes: Barcelona players argue every mistake is being charged against them. Ronaldo Araujo was given a yellow badge for kicking the ball away in frustration after being called up for a foul on Christian Caceres. But Araujo’s arms were outstretched and it was very clear.

24 minutes: Lewandowski has been thwarted again! Aaron Long and Carlos Coronel threw themselves at Lewandowski’s shot in the penalty area and blocked it. But credit goes to Long for running and staying step-by-step with Ousmane Dembele in a full sprint.

20 minutes: Lewandowski is approaching again. He dances around RBNY defender Sean Nealis and then shoots a shot over the bar. That was a great solo move.

17 minutes: Robert Lewandowski’s first attempt on goal… It’s a header that crosses the bar. Clearly he needs service.

15 minutes: Barcelona’s best chance! Ousmane Dembele runs a ball into the Red Bulls’ box and shoots for the first time. It is unattainable. Dembele was very active. Looks like he’s ready to start running this season.

14 minutes: Another good look from Red Bulls. It’s Dru Yearwood with a dive shot that missed the bar. The Reserve Bank of New Zealand has been the most threatening thus far.

7 minutes: And now on the other side of the field, Frenkie de Jong missed a pass outside the penalty area for Ousmane Dembele. Easy capture by RBNZ goalkeeper Carlos Coronel.

Fifth minute: The first shot of the Red Bulls. Cameron Harper takes it and is pretty far out of the box. Good start for the Red Bulls.

Fourth minute: A superb defensive play by Andreas Christensen on Lewis Morgan, who runs the attacking left wing for RBNY.

first minute: We’re on our way. Red Bulls in red and Barcelona in gold.

Two minutes into the match: Thierry Henry with his split shirt pays homage to the coin toss. He played for both clubs.

10 minutes into the match: Even The Rock didn’t want to miss this match.

20 minutes into the match: Barcelona players take the field to warm up and it’s quite clear that the Red Bulls could be the far side in their block.

90 minutes into the match: Here’s how the Red Bulls are looking forward to a game they see as a measuring stick.

New York Red Bulls squad vs Barcelona

Barcelona’s new transfer deal Jules Kounde will be presented in Spain this week and is not currently with the club. Another player he will definitely miss is Ferran Torres, who is expected to feature next weekend against Pumas. He is recovering from a foot injury.

Ronaldo Araujo and Pedri, who spent the night against Juventus, are available again and Araujo starts. Frenkie de Jong will finally start, and get a chance to showcase his talent in midfield after playing in central defense in his last two friendlies.

Barcelona starting line-up (4-3-3, right to left): 1 – Marc-Andre ter Stegen (goalkeeper) – 4 – Ronald Araujo – 15 – Andreas Christensen – 24 – Eric Garcia – 18 – Jordi Alba – 21 – Frenkie de Jong – 5 – Sergio Busquets – 30 – Gavi – 7 – Ousmane Dembele 12- Robert Lewandowski, 22- Ravenha

Barcelona Submarines (17): 25-Inaki Pena (GK), 36-Arnau Tenas (GK), 2-Sergino Dest, 3-Gerard Pique, 20-Sergi Roberto, Alejandro Balde, Alex Collado, Marc Casado, 19-Franck Kessie, Pablo Torre, 16- Miralem Pjanic, 14-Nico Gonzalez, 8-Pedre, 33- Abdelzalzouli, 9-Memphis Depay, 10-Ansu Fati, 17-Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Most Red Bulls players are expected to run out against Barcelona, ​​especially in the midst of a busy period where they play six games in 21 days. It’s also a way for coach Gerhard Strooper to maintain the strength he hopes to see from his side as they seek to impose their pressing style of play on the 26-time La Liga champions.

New York Red Bulls lineup (3-4-3, right to left): 1 – Carlos Coronel (goalkeeper) – 4 – Andres Reyes, 15 – Sean Nellis, 33 – Aaron Long (captain) – 17 – Cameron Harper, 23 – Christian Caceres Jr., 16 – Drew Yearwood, 47 – John Tolkien – 82 Lokenhas 9 Patrick Klimala, 10 Lewis Morgan

NY Red Bulls Subs (13): 18-Ryan Mira (goalkeeper), 40-AJ Marocchi (goalkeeper), 12-Dylan Nellis, Ofont Mullings, Hassan Nadam, Curtis Ofori, 75-Daniel Edelman, 65-Stephen Serwada, 8-Frankie Amaya, 21- Amir Fernandez, 37-Caden Clark, 74-Tom Barlow, 28-Zach Ryan

NY Red Bulls vs Barcelona TV, live

United kingdom United States of America Canada Australia
Date Sunday, July 31 Saturday, July 30 Saturday, July 30 Sunday, July 31
time 00:00 GMT 19:00 Eastern Time 19:00 Eastern Time 09:00 EST
TV channel MSG Network (in the USA)
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United Kingdom and Australia: This weekend’s friendly match between the New York Red Bulls and Barcelona from the Red Bull Arena in Harrison, NJ, will be broadcast globally through Barcelona’s live streaming platform, Barca TV+, which requires a subscription.

United States of America: In the United States, Saturday’s friendly match will be broadcast via the MSG regional network, which is broadcast on fuboTV. The match will also be broadcast by Red Bulls at home via Red Bull TV.

Canada: Streaming on fuboTV, OneSoccer will broadcast the match to Canadian fans.