Just when the New England Revolution were on the verge of losing at home, their youngest player came through to prevent that from happening.
Seventeen-year-old forward Diego Fagundez netted a last-gasp equalizer to give the Revolution a 2-2 draw against the Seattle Sounders at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night, marking a second straight week that New England grabbed a result late.
Fagundez's first goal of the season came off a header in the fourth minute of second-half stoppage time, and it negated an Eddie Johnson brace. Johnson scored twice on headers in the first half after Saer Sene opened the scoring with a tap-in from close range.
The result saw the Revolution end June unbeaten in four games, while Seattle finished the month without a league victory at 0-2-2. The Sounders are also winless in their last eight regular season matches, with their last triumph coming on May 9 against FC Dallas.
Here are the match highlights:
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