When the New York Red Bulls play New York City FC, you can expect to see goals. There have been a combined 18 goals in the five iterations of the Hudson River Derby, with both teams boasting some of Major League Soccer's best attackers.
Before the Red Bulls and NYCFC face off again on Sunday, let's take a look back at the rivalry's best finishes.
5) Chris Duvall - New York Red Bulls - June 28th, 2015
Duvall was in the right place at the right time to slam home Anatole Abang's redirected header. Although he's a defender, he showed a striker's instinct with a perfectly timed volley.
4) Thomas McNamara - NYCFC - June 28th, 2015
Instead of panicking or rushing his shot in a crowded box, McNamara was able to calmly trap the ball and finish. Many thought this goal would lead to NYCFC's first derby victory, but it was not to be as the Red Bulls responded with a trio of goals.
McNamara has become a cult hero in MLS with his trademark hair and willingness to take on defenders, and could be a key player in Sunday's match.
3) Bradley Wright-Phillips - New York Red Bulls - May 21st, 2016
Nobody enjoys playing against NYCFC more than Wright-Phillips, who has scored six times in the Hudson River Derby.
However, the Englishman is not the star of this highlight. Mike Grella's fantastic dribbling resulted in Federico Bravo face planting into the Yankee Stadium grass. Then he took on another defender before playing an inch-perfect cross to a waiting Wright-Phillips.
2) Jack Harrison - NYCFC - July 3rd, 2016
This effort from NYCFC's young English midfielder signaled the end of the Red Bulls' dominance against their rival. His shot was aided by Luis Robles being screened by a defender, but the deft trap and slaloming run is what makes this goal special.
Harrison has been emerging as one of the top talents in MLS and is currently a frontrunner for the league's Rookie of the Year award.
1) Bradley Wright-Phillips - New York Red Bulls - May 21st, 2016
Wright-Phillips got on his bike for this goal, his second of the match. It wasn't a clean strike, but his acrobatic finish was perfectly placed.
The Red Bulls' Designated Player is currently in a bit of a funk (one goal in seven matches), but could get hot again with another strong performance against NYCFC.