Boston, Massachusetts 2021-09-25 21:43:12 –
FOXBOROUGH — Revolution maintained its habit of going to the wire as it defeated Orlando City SC 2-1 on Saturday night before the season’s best spectators gathered for 23,506.
The Revolution (19-4-5, 62 points) won the 16th one-goal victory and maintained the pace of setting a league record of victory and points. After scoring Adam Buksa’s conversion and own goal in the first half, Matt Turner saved Nani’s penalty kick in the second half, and Revolution defended his advantage.
Orlando City (10-8-8, 38 points) lost four games in a row, goalkeeper Pedro Gallese advanced with a corner kick, João Moutinho missed an overhead kick, and defender Luang and revolution Arnold Traustason played. Finished. Down in the penalty area. Revolution improved the undefeated home win streak to eight games, 11-1-2 at Gillette Stadium and two team marks.
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— X – New England Revolution (@NERevolution) September 26, 2021
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