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Questionable handball against Brad Evans sets up Red Bulls' goal

UPDATE: Evans admitted the ball hit his hand.

The Seattle Sounders were able to run their shutout streak to 338 minutes -- the longest in MLS this year -- but it was snapped on Lloyd Sam's 36th minute goal. The first-half talking point is how the Red Bulls scored that goal, though.

On a pass over the top, Brad Evans was called for a hand ball. It's not clear if Jose Carlos Rivero calls the hand ball on the initial pass or after Chad Marshall's header, but the first pass definitely misses Evans' hand and the second is pretty questionable. Here are two angles of it:

And the reverse:

There was also some question about whether or not Sam was onside, but it appears he was at least close enough that it's not a major point worth debating.

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