FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Darrius Barnes' first MLS goal canceled out a late Joel Lindpere goal to help the Revolution to a 1-1 draw over the Red Bulls on Saturday at Gillette Stadium.
Barnes' goal arrived in the 95th minute -- just moments after Joel Lindpere scored the first goal of the game in the 91st minute.
With the draw, the Revolution's mark goes to 7-15-8 (29 points), while the Red Bulls' record goes to 14-8-8 (50 points).
The crowd comes out: The 24,364 fans in attendance for Saturday's clash marked a season-high for the Revolution, and was the 17th-biggest soccer crowd at Gillette Stadium since its opening in 2002.
Revs extend streak against Red Bulls: With the draw, the Revolution are 11-0-5 in their past 16 matchups against the Red Bulls at Gillette Stadium.
Soares back in action: After missing the team's previous three games, center back AJ Soares returned to the starting lineup on Saturday. He played the full 90 and nearly scored in stoppage time.
Henry suspended: The Revolution dodged a bullet when MLS suspended New York striker Thierry Henry for Saturday's game. The Frenchman disciplined by the league after he slammed into Sporting K.C.'s Kei Kamara in Wednesday's 1-0 K.C. win over New York.
McCarthy on the bench: Center back Stephen McCarthy, who started the team's previous ten games, was among the seven substitutes listed for Saturday's game. However, he came on to the pitch in the 35th minute after Flo Lechner left the game with a left knee injury.
Shuttleworth gets the nod: Backup goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth was given the start in place of Matt Reis for Saturday's game. Incidentally, the last time the Red Bulls visited Gillette Stadium -- on July 8 -- Shuttleworth got the start and earned his second career shutout in a 2-0 Revolution win.
Reserve division rematch: Following the 0-0 draw, New York's and New England's reserve squads met for reserve division action.
Next up: The Revolution hit the road next weekend for a conference clash against the Dynamo on Sept. 29 at BBVA Stadium. Kickoff is set for 8:30 p.m. ET.