Three home game, three shutouts for the Revolution as they once again held the opponent without a goal. This weeks (8) match had the MLS Champions, Sporting KC come to town. New England was able to get the win, their third of the year with a 2-0 result. Teal Bunbury was the story of the day. The former Kansas City man was the player who opening the scoring for the home side. Not long after Diego Fagundez drew a PK which was finished by Lee Nguyen. With the win New England moves into striking distance of the top spot in the East and get’s revenge on the club that ended their 2013 campaign. The Revolution will bring a three game unbeaten run with them to Toronto next week and have only one loss in the last six games.
Monthly Archives: April 2014
Last week the New England Revolution played their best match of the 2014 season, beating the Houston Dynamo 2-0 at Gillette Stadium. The win was the second on the year and first at home. Kevin Alston scored his first ever MLS goal and Jerry Bengtson of all people scores the second goal for the Revs. This weeks game which marks the 5th on the road for New England, had the club visit Chicago for a match with the Fire. New England was able to avoid a loss with a late PK save from keeper Bobby Shuttleworth. Lee Nguyen finished from the spot after Kevin Alston drew a PK for the lone Revolution goal. The two clubs split the point with a final score of 1-1.