In a game that could have gone one way or the other for both teams, the Revolution came away from CenturyLink Field in Seattle with a solid point in hand. The Sounders are a quality side right now and to steal a point from that environment is no easy task. Further, this Revolution team showed resiliency and maturity by coming from behind twice before the final whistle.
Let's look at the starting 11...
[caption id="attachment_525076" align="aligncenter" width="429"] Headshots from revolutionsoccer.net.[/caption]
We saw a little something different this week from the mind of Bruce Arena. With the re-introduction of Michael Mancienne to the starting 11, Arena started out in a 3-5-2. The three defenders that sat deepest were Jalil Anibaba, Mancienne, and Andrew Farrell, from left to right. Edgar Castillo and Brandon Bye played as the outside midfielders/backs, while Carles Gil, Luis Caicedo, and Wilfried Zahibo ran the middle of the field. Gustavo Bou and Teal Bunbury played as the two forwards. Matt Turner started in goal.