Missed Chances Will Come Back to Haunt New York in Eastern Conference Final

It looks like the playoff magic the New York Red Bulls used to advance to the Eastern Conference Final is beginning to wear off. 

In the 2-1 loss to the New England Revolution to begin the two-leg series, both sides missed solid opportunities in front of goal. But it was the host Red Bulls who squandered the best chances of the match. 

Everything looked to be headed in the right direction for New York in the 27th minute, when Bradley Wright-Phillips cleaned up a Peguy Luyindula shot off the post to equalize the match at a goal apiece. Luyindula was praised for keeping the play alive, as he took a shot from the ground so Wright-Phillips could have the chance to hit the ball into the net. 

The lone goal scored by the Red Bulls would end up being one of the few attacking chances the team converted in front of the home crowd at Red Bull Arena. 

Wright-Phillips found himself in the spotlight again right before ...

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