September 29, 2013 at 10:31 PM
Sounders FC 1, New York Red Bulls 1, highlights and postgame notes
— Sounders FC had its six-game home winning streak snapped but extended unbeaten streaks at CenturyLink Field (10-0-4) and overall (5-0-2).
— Sounders FC is one point back on New York in the Supporters’ Shield, even with Real Salt Lake atop the Western Conference, but has two games in hand on both.
— Sounders FC would have clinched a playoff berth with a win.
— Sounders FC finished the regular season 5-2-3 against the Eastern Conference.
— Sounders FC finished September 3-0-2 in September.
— Sounders FC has scored in 12-straight games, its longest streak without being shut out.
— Sounders FC has tied its best record through 29 MLS games.
— Sounders FC is 38-0-10 when scoring the first goal (13-0-4 this season), the longest active unbeaten run in MLS dating to 2011. The league record is 58 games set by New York.
— Sounders is 10-0-3 when leading at halftime.
— Brad Evans is 7 for 7 from the PK spot in MLS regular season games (2 for 2 this season). Other Sounders are 5 for 12 all-time in league play.
— Adam Moffat made his home debut as a Sounder.
— New York equalizer was just the third allowed by Seattle in the final 15 minutes this season.
— New York had four-game win streak snapped but will have the most points in MLS going into Oct.
— New York would have clinched a playoff spot with a win.
— New York had its shutout streak end at 296 minutes, sixth-longest in MLS this season.
— New York is 0-6-3 when conceding first.
— New York earned its first point this season when trailing at halftime (0-4-1).
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