Foxborough, MA (SportsNetwork.com) - Michael Bradley's second-half goal helped Toronto FC claim a point at Gillette Stadium on Saturday as TFC earned a 1-1 draw against the New England Revolution.
Juan Agudelo's goal in the 32nd minute put the Revs in front, but Bradley answered after the break and Toronto goalkeeper Chris Konopka made a number of key saves to keep his team level.
The result extends New England's unbeaten streak to nine games, while TFC played to its first draw this season.
Both teams had good chances in the opening 10 minutes as Jose Goncalves volleyed a ball off the post for the Revs, while TFC's Sebastian Giovinco created space and drove a low shot off the upright himself.
Toronto was forced to use a substitution in the 21st minute as forward Jozy Altidore had to leave the game with an apparent hamstring injury.
Konopka made a big stop on Charlie Davies in the 25th minute, but he couldn't prevent Agudelo from opening the scoring as he got on the other end of a cross from London Woodberry to apply the finishing touch.
Davies was thwarted once again by Konopka after the break and Agudelo had a dangerous header tipped to safety by the TFC netminder as the Revs attempted to add to their lead.
But Bradley pulled the visitors level with a great individual effort as he completed a long solo run by driving his shot inside the far post.
New England had one final opportunity to snatch all three points in the 86th when Lee Nguyen sent a shot whistling inches past the post.