Bradley Wright-Phillips is sixth on the MLS goal-scoring list. (Photo courtesy of MLS)

Former Red Bulls striker Bradley Wright-Phillips announced his retirement on Tuesday.

The 36-year-old BWP, who entertained Red Bulls supporters while becoming the club’s all-time goal-scorer over his seven seasons, is sixth on the MLS goal-scoring list. He has 117 goals (with 34 assists) in 234 matches with the Red Bulls, LAFC and Columbus Crew.

During his Red Bulls tenure, Wright-Phillips earned Golden Boot and Best XI honors during the 2014 and 2016 campaigns. He also helped New York to three Supporters’ Shields (2013, 2015, 2018).

“I’m done. Thank you to all of the clubs that gave me the opportunity to represent the badge,” Wright-Phillips wrote on Instagram. “Thank you to all my teammates, coaches, fan bases for your support [ups and downs] but most of all thank you to my friends and family, especially my wife Leanne.”

BWP tallied 126 goals across all competitions for the Red Bulls. He became the fastest player in MLS history to reach 100 goals in 2018.

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