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Red Bulls remain MLS's only undefeated team, draw 1-1 with Galaxy

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HARRISON, New Jersey — Brazilian midfielder Felipe headed in a second-half goal to give the Red Bulls a 1-1 draw with the Los Angeles Galaxy on Sunday, leaving New York as Major League Soccer's only undefeated team.

Bradford Jamieson scored his first MLS goal in the 9th minute for the Galaxy after turning around defender Chris Duvall and beating goalkeeper Luis Robles with a shot from the left side of the box.

Felipe, acquired from Montreal in January, scored his first goal with New York in the 58th minute when defender A.J. DeLaGarza's clearing attempt in the box hit him in the face and went into the net.

In Orlando, Florida, Jozy Altidore scored two second-half goals as Toronto FC beat newcomer Orlando City 2-0 to end a four-game losing streak.

Altidore played a quick free kick near midfield to Sebastian Giovinco in the 50th minute, who returned the ball to Altidore, who rounded a defender and rolled in a goal off the far post. Altidore added another in the 83rd after getting wrong footing two Orlando defenders.

Seattle's Clint Dempsey again got the better of Portland, scoring in his fourth straight game against with a 77th-minute goal in the Sounders' 1-0 victory over the Timbers.

Nearly 40 years to the day of the first meeting between the Timbers and Sounders, Dempsey made sure Seattle would come away with the victory in the 89th meeting between the sides.

Dempsey tapped in the rebound after Andy Rose's initial shot was saved by goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey.

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