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HARRISON, N.J. – Sébastien Le Toux scored on his New York debut, but the Seattle Sounders' Designated Players came through in a 2-2 tie on a hot Sunday afternoon at Red Bull Arena.
The Frenchman found the net just 24 minutes into his first start for the Red Bulls after the club acquired him in a Friday trade. Le Toux's first-half tally canceled out an early Álvaro Fernández goal for the visitors. Then Joel Lindpere gave the Red Bulls a deserved 2-1 lead on the hour mark, only for Fredy Montero to come off the bench and score minutes later for the 2-2 final.
The result extended the Sounders’ current unbeaten run to four games, while leaving the Red Bulls with just ...