The 32-year-old attacker went into the game with a goal or assist in ten consecutive games, and was just one game from tying the record of 11 straight games.
Roy Lassiter, Ronald Cerritos and Mauricio Cienfuegos all picked up a goal or an assist in eleven straight games at the end of the nineties but Dempsey was unable to join them.
Sporting Kansas City travelled to CenturyLink Field to take on the Sounders after a midweek win against New England Revolution and despite being underdogs they were able to hold out for a point.
Sporting KC frustrated Seattle and limited their Western Conference rivals to just one shot on target, preventing Dempsey from taking his place in the record books.
“We’re disappointed with the tie at home,” Sounders head coach Sigi Schmid said after the game.
“We always want to win when we’re at home. I thought we had more possession, they played certainly deeper right from the beginning of the game. In a game like this you’re not going to get 10 or 15 chances. You’re only going to get one or two and you need to finish them when you can. That didn’t fall for us today.”
Dempsey wasn’t helped by the absence of Obafemi Martins once again this week as the striking duo have built up an impressive partnership and without the Nigerian, the USMNT star’s options are limited in the final third.
Dempsey and his Seattle teammates return to action on Wednesday night against the Colorado Rapids at CenturyLink Field and will be hoping to return to winning ways.
How disappointed will Clint Dempsey be with not entering the record books? Was the draw a bad result for Seattle?