New York Red Bulls Stumble at Home to Real Salt Lake in 3-1 Loss

Harrison, NJ - Real Salt Lake (15-7-6, 51 points) needed only 21 minutes to produce three goals while literally sapping the energy from the New York Red Bulls (7-7-15, 36 points) and home team supporters, the South Ward in their 3-1 road victory at Red Bull Arena on Wednesday night. 

Needing to win their final matches in the regular season, the Red Bulls came out on all cylinders and attempted to attack the net. Unfortunately for the home team, it wasn't enough as Real Salt Lake demonstrated why they're indeed one of the best teams in MLS as they weathered the early Red Bulls onslaught. 

In the seventh minute of the match, Real Salt Lake took a 1-0 lead when Alvaro Saborio scored his ninth goal of the season when he accepted Andy Williams' corner kick to head the ball past Red Bulls GK Frank Rost. 

Four minutes later, Salt Lake took a 2-0 lead when Fabian Espindola intercepted Tim Ream's pass in the penalty area and shaked and baked ...

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