HARRISON, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Bradley Wright-Phillips scored two goals to become the New York Red Bulls’ career leader and Sach Kljestan tied the club record for assists in a season in a 3-1 victory over the Montreal Impact on Saturday night.

Sean Davis had two assists in the first half and a goal in the opening minute of the second to help the Red Bulls (10-9-6) extend their unbeaten streak to seven games.

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Montreal (8-6-9), which entered the game tied with New York for third in the Eastern Conference, took a 1-0 lead on Ignacio Piatti’s 13th goal of the season on a counter-attack in the 21st minute. But the Red Bulls answered in the next minute when Davis and Kljestan set up Wright Phillips. It was Kljestan’s league-leading 14th assist.

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Davis placed a perfect cross to a Wright-Davis header in the 41st minute. It was his 14th goal of the season and 59th with the Red Bulls, moving him past Juan Pablo Angel.

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In the first minute of the second half, Mike Grella fed the ball back out front from a tough angle and Davis’ shot deflected off a defender to make it 3-1.