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Cristian Penilla, Teal Bunbury score as Revolution beat Galaxy 2-1

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Cristian Penilla, Teal Bunbury score as Revolution beat Galaxy 2-1

CARSON, Calif. (AP) -- Cristian Penilla and Teal Bunbury scored to help the New England Revolution beat the Los Angeles Galaxy 2-1 on Sunday night.

Carles Gil had two assists for New England (4-8-4), which won for just the second time since beating the New York Red Bulls 1-0 on April 20.

Gil, on the left side, flicked it to Penilla on the edge of the box where he took a dribble before rifling a low right-footer that was nearly stopped by goalkeeper David Bingham before trickling into the back of the net to open the scoring in the 45th minute.

After a turnover by the Galaxy near midfield, Gil's through ball led Bunbury toward the top of the box, where he side-footed it past the charging Bingham and just inside the post to make it 2-0 in the 60th. It was Bunbury's first goal since Aug. 4.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic capped the scoring with a bicycle kick from the center of the area in the 84th minute.

L.A. midfielder Sebastian Lletget injured his left hamstring and was replaced in the 10th by Chris Pontius.

The Galaxy (9-6-1) had the two-game win streak snapped and have lost five of their last seven.

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New England Revolution's slow start continues with 2-0 loss to FC Cincinnati

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New England Revolution's slow start continues with 2-0 loss to FC Cincinnati

FOXBORO -- Kekuta Manneh and Kenny Saief each scored on Sunday as FC Cincinnati beat the New England Revolution 2-0.

Manneh tapped in Saief's centering pass in the 44th minute and Saief redirected Manneh's pass across the goal in the 65th.

Cincinnati (2-1-1) extended its unbeaten streak to three games. New England (0-3-1) has lost 2-0 in both of its home games this season.

Cincinnati goalkeeper Spencer Richey made two key saves in the 61st on New England's best scoring chances. New England goalkeeper Brad Knighton made a diving save of Emmanuel Ledesma's free kick at the top of the box late in the first half.

DeJuan Jones, the 11th overall selection in the 2019 SuperDraft, made his MLS debut as a second-half substitute for New England.

Jozy Altidore scores winner, Toronto FC beats Revolution 3-2

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Jozy Altidore scores winner, Toronto FC beats Revolution 3-2

TORONTO (AP) Jozy Altidore came off the bench to score the winner in the 80th minute and Toronto FC beat the New England Revolution 3-2 on Sunday night in its home opener.

Altidore tapped in Justin Morrow's cross. Shut down late last season to have ankle surgery, the U.S. star came on in the 68th minute for his season debut.

Ayo Akinola, with his first MLS goal, and Jordan Hamilton, on his 23th birthday, also scored for Toronto (2-0-0). Carles Gil scored twice to pull the Revolution (0-2-1) even at 2.