Henry's debut spoiled as Dynamo tie Red Bulls

Henry's debut spoiled as Dynamo tie Red Bulls

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Henry's debut spoiled as Dynamo tie Red Bulls

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Thierry Henry played his first full match in months, and while he missed a few golden chances, the French star still showed plenty of the skill expected of one of the world's most famous soccer players.

Henry assisted on a pair of Juan Pablo Angel goals, but Houston's Brian Mullan spoiled the debut with a 90th-minute equalizer to help a 10-man Houston Dynamo earn a 2-2 draw at Roberton Stadium on Saturday night.

The Red Bulls looked on their way to a win in Henry's MLS debut when Dynamo midfielder Lovel Palmer was issued a red card just before halftime, and after Brad Davis missed a penalty kick attempt, but Angel's second goal of the night was cancelled out when Mullan converted a header in the 90th minute.

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