HARRISON, New Jersey — Thierry Henry and Bradley Wright-Phillips each scored twice in the second half goals to lead the New York Red Bulls to a 4-2 win over the Montreal Impact in Major League Soccer on Saturday.
Henry's diving header leveled the match at 1-1 in the 53rd minute for New York and added his second in the 67th when he bent a ball around Montreal goalkeeper Evan Bush.
Henry's pass in the 74th minute set up Bradley Wright-Phillips' first goal. Wright-Phillips capped the scoring with an angled shot in the 91st.
Andres Romero curled in a goal from the 18-yard line in the 79th minute for Montreal.
New England's Lee Nguyen scored the lone goal as the Revolution beat Chivas USA 1-0.
Nguyen's shot from long range in the 56th minute was his team-leading ninth goal of the season.
Meram opened the scoring for the Crew off a defensive error in the 35th minute and Adam Bedell made it 2-0 with a header in the 59th
Bedell was replaced immediately after scoring by Aaron Schoenfeld who notched a third goal for the Crew 5 minutes later.
Donovan found the net in the fourth minute and Marcelo Sarvas scored in the 32. Both goals came off Robbie Keane passes.
A Fire own goal in the first half accounted for Toronto's other goal while former Toronto forward Robert Earnshaw had the lone goal for Chicago.