In the New York Red Bulls’ 4-1 win over the Columbus Crew, Henry had a part in each of the four goals with one goal and three assists. Henry’s final assist made him the club’s all-time assist leader at 37.
Henry got his night started with an assist in the 17th minute to fellow forward Bradley Wright-Phillips. After a perfectly weighted pass from Eric Alexander found Henry in stride, Henry sent the ball across goal and Wright-Phillips redirected it in to the top of the net.
Right before half time, Henry put the Red Bulls up 2-1 with is fourth goal of the season. After Wright-Phillips tried twice to finish a Lloyd Sam cross, the ball was deflected out to the foot of Henry at the top of the box and the Frenchmen put a well-placed shot into the upper ninety.
Henry broke the club’s assist record in the fourth minute of extra time when a quick counter attack by Sam, who passed to Henry and with a one touch flick-on found Alexander in stride with just the keeper to beat. Alexander’s shot beat the keeper and found the lower right corner.
New York Red Bulls have a busy week, beginning with a trip to the Philadelphia Union at PPL Park on July 16 (7:00 p.m. ET on ESPN2 and ESPN Deportes).