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A late Fabian Espindola penalty and a stoppage time header from Dax McCarty saw the Red Bulls turn what looked like a 2-3 loss into a 4-3 victory.
New York went up early on an own goal, but surrendered two goals from the Whitecaps and suffered their first defeat since April 17th.
Lloyd Sam chips in the second goal. (photo: New York Red
Petke: "I could care less what the league fines me, or what they say. Those decisions, those types of things cost jobs."
A goal from Lloyd Sam helped the depleted Red Bulls salvage the draw, taking seven points out of a nine game week.
The New York Red Bulls earned their fourth straight win, a 2-1 home victory over the Montreal Impact.
Tim Cahill found his third goal of the season, and a six-save performance from Luis Robles kept the clean sheet.
A two-goal performance from Tim Cahill silenced his critics and saved the victory after a terrible mistake by NY goalkeeper Luis Robles, starting NY's first win streak of the year.
Four different Red Bulls scored to complete the victory and close out a three-game week for New York.
An early Aurelien Collin goal handed the Red Bulls their first home loss of the season, in a match that saw Juninho get sent off for drilling SKC's goalkeeper.
Goals from Thierry Henry and Jamison Olave and a strong defensive performance gave the Red Bulls a 2-0 road win, their first of 2013.
Despite taking an early lead, the Red Bulls conceded three unanswered goals to give the Chicago Fire their first win of the season.
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