Wright-Phillips brothers connect in Red Bulls' 3-1 win

Wright-Phillips brothers connect in Red Bulls' 3-1 win

Published Aug. 1, 2015 9:36 p.m. ET

CHESTER, Pa. (AP) Bradley Wright-Phillips scored the go-ahead goal off an assist from brother Shaun and the New York Red Bulls beat the Philadelphia Union 3-1 on Saturday night for their third straight win and fifth of in six games.

Sebastien Le Toux tied it for the Union (6-13-4) in the 73rd minute. One minute later, Bradley Wright-Phillips put the Red Bulls (9-6-5) back in front, finishing Shaun Wright-Phillips's cross with a right-footed stab.

Shaun Wright-Phillips made his MLS debut when he entered as substitute in the 61st minute.

Anatole Abang added a breakaway goal in stoppage-time for New York.


Sacha Kljestan opened the scoring for the Red Bulls, converting from the spot in the 66th minute.

Philadelphia's Tranquillo Barnetta entered as a substitute in the 64th minute and was only a minute into his MLS debut when he committed the penalty in the area, running into Bradley Wright-Phillips.


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