HIGHLIGHTS: New York Red Bulls vs Columbus Crew, MLS





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Published on Sep 15, 2012

Thierry Henry leads the New York Red Bulls against Eddie Gaven and the Columbus Crew at Red Bulls Arena.

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About MLS: Headquartered in New York City, Major League Soccer is the top-flight professional soccer league in the United States and Canada. MLS features many stars from the U.S., Canada, and around the world. Major League Soccer's 17th season features 19 clubs each playing 34 regular-season matches. Those clubs are the Chicago Fire; Chivas USA; Colorado Rapids; Columbus Crew; D.C. United; FC Dallas; Houston Dynamo; 2011 MLS Cup champion LA Galaxy; New York Red Bulls; New England Revolution; Philadelphia Union; Portland Timbers; Real Salt Lake; San Jose Earthquakes; Seattle Sounders FC; Sporting Kansas City; Toronto FC; Vancouver Whitecaps FC; and, in their inaugural season, Montreal Impact. For more information about MLS, log on to the league's official website at http://www.MLSsoccer.com

Tags: Thierry Henry, Tim Cahill, New York Red Bulls, olimpico, olympico, rafa marquez, Federico Higuain, Columbus Crew, Goal, Goals, gaol, gaols, Highlights, highlight, pro soccer, sports, MLS, Major League Soccer, Football, Futbol, Soccer

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Comments • 173

cahill :)
peter ye
MLS is great right now;will growing again and again ......SOCCER will be a popular sport in USA such same as in the world。
that blast from dax was sick
Ben Israelson
Dax McCarty's shot at 4:36 was so ambitious and he actually put it on frame. GOTY-quality strike, only to be saved by a waiting Gruenebaum. Such good play from both.
Douglas Bailey
nah that still goes to Red Bulls v. DC United where Barkledge scored his first two goals against his former team.
American commentators make me giggle.
Very nice Olympic goal by Henry
E Brooks
Because of the keepers injury, it took a while for him to get off the field
Offside @ 4:00
wath a pass of Rafa Marquez ....
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