MLS Cup Playoffs 2014: New York vs. Sporting KC Score and Twitter Reaction

In the space of roughly 13 minutes, the New York Red Bulls went from the outhouse to the penthouse, clawing back from a 1-0 deficit to pick up a 2-1 win over reigning MLS Cup champions, Sporting Kansas City. The loss eliminated Sporting K.C. from the 2014 MLS Cup.

When things began looking bleak for New York, Bradley Wright-Phillips atoned for an earlier miss, poking home the equalizer past Eric Kronberg in the 77th minute. Thierry Henry did well to thread the assist through the legs of Sporting center back Aurelien Collin.'s Matthew Doyle felt that right back has been an area of concern for Sporting K.C. since Chance Myers' injury, and it came back to bite them in a big way there:

The match looked destined for extra time until Wright-Phillips delivered the winner in the 90th minute:

Both the goal and the cross leading to the goal looked somewhat accidental, with Ambroise Oyongo hitting his cross po...

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