Sebastien LeToux wasted no time getting acclimated to his new team, but the New York Red Bulls continued their recent struggle in recording victories.
The Red Bulls dropped points for the sixth time in seven matches on Sunday afternoon, rallying back from an early deficit on their way to a 2-2 draw against the Seattle Sounders at Red Bull Arena.
Alvaro Fernandez gave Seattle the early 1-0 lead before LeToux capped his Red Bulls debut with a goal just eight minutes later. Joe Lindpere gave New York a second-half lead before Fredy Montero delivered an equalizer for the Sounders in the 67th minute, just five minutes after coming on as a substitute.
The Red Bulls were without goalkeeper Ryan Meara, who was sidelined with a hip injury, forcing newly-acquired veteran Bill Gaudette into the starting role. He made three saves on a night that saw the Red Bulls defense playing without injured MLS All-Star Heath Pearce, and with Rafa Marquez leaving the match after just 21 minutes due to an injury.
Here are the match highlights:
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