The New York Red Bulls six-game winning line arrived to an end as they lost 4-2 to the Seattle Sounders on Thursday night playing their second road game in a four-game swing.
The Red Bulls were able to rally from a two-goal shortfall in the second half, even with the absence of Juan Agudelo, Rafa Marquez, Tim Ream, Luke Rodgeers and Thierry Henry who was serving a postponement of the game for earning a red card previous week against the Portland Timbers.
The Seattle Sounders wedged rapid as they achieved two goals in below three minutes with 46,065 followers in attendance at the newly-renamed CenturyLink Field. Erik Friberg of Seattle and Osvaldo Alonso each achieved an unassisted goal 11th and 12th minute reverentially.
In spite of being drop 2-0, the Red Bulls Dane Richards gave his colleagues the chance to create obtains back in the game when he scored his third goal of the season in the 31st minute. In spite of the extended effort of GK Kasey Keller of Seattle try to block Dane Richard’s, it merely was not sufficient.
On the other hand, before New York followers had their chance to be dissatisfied concerning one more tie, Roger Levesque of Seattle came off the bench two score two goals in below 15 minutes separately.
His initial goal came off a corner kick where he headed home a textbook header in the 67th minute in the second half. Next this goal and a 3-2 lead, Levesque iced the game away as he achieved his next goal in the 78th minute. Levesque created the most of Red Bulls GK Greg Sutton’s small grope as he stole the ball prior to and he tapped it home for a 4-2 lead.
The Seattle Sounders are currently fastened for second place in the Western Conference with a 7-4-7 record. Winning in the previous five games, the Sounders will showdown against the New England Revolution at home.
The Red Bulls stay tied for the Eastern Conference with a 5-3-8 record in spite rough loss to Seattle on Thursday night. Going on with their third successive road game, the Red Bulls will attempt to rebound from loss on Thursday night when they encounter the Chicago Fire at the Toyota Park on June, June 26 at exactly 2 p.m.