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The Red Bulls keep rolling on the road, NYCFC suffers a historic first loss, and SKC fans think jokes about burning NYC to the ground are timely.
Both teams played to identical 1-1 road draws—NYCFC against Orlando, and the Red Bulls against Kansas City—despite both having a man advantage in the second half.
Two late goals from Bradley Wright-Phillips sends the Red Bulls into the next round of the MLS playoffs.
The Red Bulls defeated Sporing Kansas City 2-0 on two goals from BWP.
Goals from BWP and Thierry Henry gave the Red Bulls a good start to a busy month.
The Red Bulls won 3-2 at Kansas City to go two points clear in the East, while the Cosmos returned to the field with a late 2-1 win over Fort Lauderdale.
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.
For the third year in a row, the New York Red Bulls are headed to the post-season.
New York's performance was the definition of lackluster from top to bottom.
The game appeared to be an instant disaster, with New York's back line doing an impersonation of an amateur side inside the first five minutes.
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