MLS Playoffs: New York Red Bulls’ Quest for the 2010 MLS Cup is Over

Playing front of record crowd of 22,839 fans, the New York Red Bulls' inaugural season at Red Bull Arena ended with a 3-1 (3-2 aggregate) loss to the San Jose Earthquakes.

When it's said and done, the San Jose Earthquakes came into Red Bull Arena and simply dominated the Red Bulls in their own home and ignored the boisterous home crowd and their Empire Supporters Club.

Led by Bobby Convey's magnificent two-goal performance and Chris Wondolowski's game winner, the San Jose Earthquakes now advance to the Eastern Conference Finals, where they will face the winner of the Columbus Crew-Colorado Rapids series.

Entering tonight's match down a goal, San Jose struck first when Bobby Convey scored in the sixth minute to tie the aggregate score 1-1. Despite the strong effort by the Red Bulls, they missed their opportunity to tie the game in order to reclaim the aggregate lead in the first half.

Their best chance came in the 38th minute, when Juan...

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