Dave van den Bergh scored the only goal of the match and sent the Red Bulls ot the MLS Cup Final.
“I think we have to congratulate all the guys, and the post,” said Osorio. “I have been disappointed, sometimes, with our luck. But, I think we got it today. The man upstairs has helped us today.”
“It’s a funny game that way,” Red Bulls goalkeeper Danny Cepero said. “Sometimes, a quarter of an inch one way and those go in. Luck is on our side. Hopefully, the luck doesn’t run out and we bring it with us to LA.
“Sometimes, you need that luck because you can only work so hard. There are times when the ball is just going to have to bounce your way. Fortunately for us, it did bounce our way.”
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