FOXBOROUGH, Massachusetts (AP) — Uruguayan forward Diego Fagundez and Teal Bunbury scored to give the New England Revolution a 2-2 draw with the Los Angeles Galaxy on Sunday in a rainy Major League Soccer match that saw U.S. international Jermaine Jones suffer a groin injury.

Jones left in the 33rd minute because of a left groin injury. He stood and signaled to the bench for medical help, before going to the ground. He was able to slowly walk off under his own power.

Bunbury opened the scoring in the fifth minute with an easy tap in of Scott Caldwell's cross. After Los Angeles scored two goals, Fagundez bent in a free kick over the wall in the 37th minute for the equalizer.

The Galaxy's Ignacio Maganto one-touched a loose ball for a goal in the 18th minute and Gyasi Zardes slotted home Jose Villarreal's back-heel pass in the 27th.

New England is unbeaten in eight straight MLS home games this season, while Los Angeles is winless in its last 14 away matches.

In Sunday's other match, Chad Barrett scored 30 seconds into second-half stoppage time to give the Seattle Sounders a comeback 2-1 victory over the New York Red Bulls.

Marco Pappa equalized for the Sounders in the 69th minute.

Seattle defender Tyrone Mears helped set up the winning goal. Playing near the goal line, he floated a ball across the penalty area where Clint Demsey got a left foot to it and sent it toward the far post and a waiting Barrett. Barrett has three goals this season.

Pappa scored for the second time in two games, beating around defender Chris Duvall to put in a shot from the left side.

Lloyd Sam scored in the 36th minute for New York for his fourth goal this season.