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2021 Major League Soccer, Regular Season
  • Darlington Nagbe (74')
  • Miguel Berry (88')
  • Patryk Klimala (25')

Columbus Crew rally past New York Red Bulls with late goal

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Crew storm back to beat Red Bulls (1:55)

Darlington Nagbe and Miguel Berry complete the comeback for the Crew in a 2-1 win over the Red Bulls. (1:55)

Late substitute Miguel Berry scored the winner in the 88th minute as the host Columbus Crew rallied to defeat the New York Red Bulls 2-1 on Tuesday.

The Crew (8-11-6, 30 points) won for just the second time in 10 games.

New York (6-11-5, 23 points) has a win, six losses and four ties in the past 11 matches.

Berry, a rookie, has five goals in nine games. He put in a rebound of a Lucas Zelarayan shot. Berry entered in the 70th minute.

Patryk Klimala gave the Red Bulls the lead in the 25th minute, and the advantage stood until Darlington Nagbe tied it for the Crew in the 74th minute.

On Columbus' first goal, Alexandru Matan had the initial shot after challenging the backline with his speed. New York's Carlos Miguel Coronel made the save, but Nagbe had a powerful header from 10 yards for his second goal of the season.

The Red Bulls sit in 11th place in the Eastern Conference, four spots from a playoff berth, but they have at least one game in hand on the teams in front of them, including three on the ninth-place Crew.

New York has qualified for the postseason the past 11 years. Columbus is the reigning MLS Cup champion.

Klimala scored his first goal since Aug. 14 and fifth for the season on a second-chance ball.

Tom Edwards had a throw-in that the Crew's Gyasi Zardes cleared -- but not out of the box. Another clearance attempt by Columbus' Harrison Afful went to New York's Dru Yearwood, who found Klimala in the middle of the box.

The Crew suffered a blow in the third minute when Pedro Santos collided at midfield with the Red Bulls' Kyle Duncan.

Santos, a midfielder playing left back because the Crew is thin at that position, left the game on a concussion substitution and was replaced by Saad Abdul-Salaam.

Crew coach Caleb Porter told Bally Sports Ohio at halftime that the injury affected his team.

"They looked like deer in headlights," he said. "That wasn't a good half."