The New York Red Bulls have made it a frustrating habit of starting matches slowly, but Thierry Henry has helped counter those slow starts with his own goal-scoring heroics.
Henry stepped up to pick up the Red Bulls yet again on Saturday, scoring two goals and setting up another in New York's 3-1 victory against the Columbus Crew on Saturday. Henry's goals, including a stunning goal directly off a corner kick, erased a third-minute deficit and made Henry the clear choice for SBI MLS Player of the Week honors.
Henry collected a long pass from Rafa Marquez for an early equalizer, then set up the game-winning goal with the corner kick headed home by Dax McCarty. He capped his night by striking a goal off a corner kick in jaw-dropping fashion.
Henry beat out Chicago's Alvaro Fernandez, LA Galaxy's Marcelo Sarvas and D.C. United's Chris Pontius for this week's honors.
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