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The San Jose Earthquakes advanced to the MLS Eastern Conference final as they secured a 3-2 aggregate victory courtesy of a 3-1 win at the New York Red Bulls.
Trailing 1-0 from the first leg, the Earthquakes quickly levelled the tie through Bobby Convey's strike after six minutes and when he grabbed a second with 14 minutes to play, they looked to be heading through.
Juan Pablo Angel scored for New York two minutes later to make things interesting, but when Chris Wondolowski notched San Jose's third three minutes later, there was no way back - even with former Barcelona striker Thierry Henry stepping off the bench.
The Earthquakes will face either the Columbus Crew or the Colorado Rapids in the final.