HARRISON, N.J. (AP) — Chris Wondolowski scored a goal for San Jose, Kenny Cooper had one for New York and the two kept pace with Thierry Henry atop the MLS scoring list in a 2-2 tie between the Earthquakes and Red Bulls on Saturday night.
The Red Bulls are unbeaten in their last four matches after starting the season with two losses. They trail only undefeated Sporting KC in the Eastern Conference standings. San Jose had its first tie, but has taken points in five of its six games this season.
Cooper scored his seventh goal of the season in the fifth minute of the game, drawing even with teammate Henry for the league lead.
Wondolowski tied both of them with his diving header in the 36th minute.