Thierry Henry is expected to miss three to four weeks with an injured hamstring.

The New York Red Bulls striker underwent a scan on his right hamstring which was injured during the weekend's 1-0 win over New England Revolution in which he scored his ninth goal of the season.

Results of the scan showed a slight strain with club doctors ruling him out for at least three weeks and as many as four. Henry's injury only adds to New York's crowded treatment with the likes of Teemu Tainio (knee), Roy Miller (knee), Wilman Conde (groin), Stephen Keel (back), Juan Agudelo (knee), Jan Gunnar Solli (calf) and Jose Angulo (knee) currently out of action.

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