Henry still not happy despite NYRB scoring comfortable win on the road

New York Red Bulls recorded their first away win of the season in a positive fashion but Thierry Henry is still not happy.

New York Red Bulls recorded their first away win of the season in a positive fashion but Thierry Henry is still not happy.

The Frenchman netted a brace, along with Kenny Cooper, to make it seven goals in three as the Red Bulls beat Columbus Crew 4-1 in Ohio.

Despite taking a three-goal lead into the break, the league’s heaviest scorers netted once and conceded once in the second half with Henry again urging his side to tighten up.

“I thought we played a great first half. I don’t think we played well at all in the second half,” the former Arsenal ace said.

“We invited them too much into our box. They should have and could have scored two or three goals to come back into the game, but they didn’t.

“(Goalkeep eer) Ryan (Meara) made a couple of saves to keep us in the game.

“Overall, we are happy, but personally, I’m disappointed in the second half.”

 
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