Angry Thierry Henry Dominates Crew: Red Bulls 4, Columbus 1

Henry refused to applaud his master class performance: "We cannot carry on giving goals away. We have to do better as a team, period."

Bradley Wright-Phillips pounces on his shot. BWP scored his 15th goal of the season to open the match.

Henry has a moment of fun by taking in the opening goal on his back.

Henry with a rare smile on BWP's goal, before he got all serious.

Tim Cahill tries to keep the ball in play. (We're sure the facial expression helped.)

A defensive disaster gave Luis Robles no real chance to stop a tying goal from the Crew's Adam Bedell.

Henry seems to really hate Columbus - six goals and five assists in seven career games against the Crew.

Henry refused to celebrate his go-ahead goal in the first half, opting to slowly walk back to the center circle and give his defenders a death stare.

Tim Cahill is awkwardly caught in a photo trying to head the ball.

The Red Bulls' bench watches the match as they warm up.

Lloyd Sam pushes downfield in the second half.

Lloyd Sam celebrates his second goal of the season. He also helped create the chances that lead to goals for Thierry Henry and Eric Alexander.

The South Ward celebrates a goal.

Lloyd Sam tries to find his second with a chip over Crew goalkeeper Steve Clark. (It hit the post.)

Ambroise Oyongo on the ball.

Coach Mike Petke gestures wildly.

Eric Alexander cements the victory with a fourth RBNY goal.

The Viking Army celebrates the victory, the first at home since April 23rd.