Wilman Conde's scorcher scored in the 88th minute of Wednesday's match against DC United has been nominated for MLSsoccer.com's Goal of the Week.
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First off, if you haven't seen Wilman Conde's game-tying goal in the 88th minute of Wednesday's match, make sure you do that first.
Now, check out what he had to say to MSG's Tina Cervasio about his scorcher, the Colombian's first tally since August 2010 when he played with the Chicago Fire:
Here's what Shep Messing and Steve Cangialosi had to say about Wednesday's dramatic one-point finish at RFK Stadium:
It's not every day you see a defender show off some striker instincts, but that's exactly what Wilman Conde did in the 88th minute of Wednesday's match. Conde's goal leveled the score at RFK Stadium, allowing the Red Bulls to salvage a point on the road and inch closer in the table to Eastern Conference-leading Sporting Kansas City.
You may want to watch this one a few times. Wow:
Joel Lindpere opened the scoring for the Red Bulls in the 19th minute when he put a rocket of a shot on frame that beat DC United goalkeeper Bill Hamid to give New York a 1-0 lead. The tally was Lindpere's fourth goal of the season. Thierry Henry also registered the assist on the play, his eighth of the season.
Red Bulls midfielder Tim Cahill teamed up with Australian artist Lister to create a graffiti mural on the walls at Red Bull Arena. Check out the video here: