Foxborough, MA – The Seattle Sounders appeared to snap their longest winless streak of the season against New England Revolution until Diego Fagundez scored at the last minute of stoppage time to level the New England Revolution to a 2-2 tie.
Saer Sene scores in the 12th minute of the match to open the score for the Revolution. Sene took a pass from Blake Brettscheider and puts it past the Sounder’s Goalie, Andrew Weber for his 8th goal of the season.
The Sounders would quickly bounce back in the twenty third minute of the contest when Eddie Johnson took a pass from Mauro Rosales and convert it into his first goal of the night.
Twelve minutes later, Eddie would score his second goal of the night on a header from Marc Burch to give the Sounders a 2-1 lead that they would keep until the last minute of the game.
Four minutes into stoppage time, Fernando Cardenas would send the ball into the box from the left side and Diego Fagundez scored the equalizer 2-2 to prevent the Revolution from losing their first game this month.
The Seattle Sounders have lost their last three road games while the Revolution is 2-1-2 in their last five outings.
The Revolution continued their home stand next week when they host Thierry Henry and the New York Red Bulls on Sunday July 8, 2012 at 8 pm at Gillette Stadium, The Sounders will head to Utah to face Real Salt Lake.