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Highlights from the Revolution's 6-1 loss to the Union

Highlights from the Revolution's 6-1 loss to the Union

FINAL SCORE: Union 6, Revs 1

IN BRIEF: Philadelphia blitzed the Revs in the second half by scoring five goals, four of which coming in a 20-minute span. 

BOX SCORE

REVS RECORD 2-7-2 10th place in Eastern Conference

HIGHLIGHTS:

ELLIOTT 11'

REVS KNOCKING ON THE DOOR IN THE FIRST HALF

CAICEDO TIES IT AT 1-1

PHILLY TAKES THE LEAD RIGHT AFTER HALF TIME

SANTOS EXTENDS THE UNION LEAD 

SANTOS SCORES AGAIN TO MAKE IT 4-1 UNION

PHILLY PILING IT ON

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Revs lose to Union in Friedel’s head-coaching debut

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Revs lose to Union in Friedel’s head-coaching debut

CHESTER, Pa. -- Anthony Fontana and C.J. Sapong scored and the Philadelphia Union beat 10-man New England 2-0 on Saturday night in the opener for both teams, spoiling Brad Friedel’s Revolution coaching debut.

Fontana opened the scoring in the 43rd minute with a quick-reacting, left-footed stab to finish Sapong’s redirection of Alejandro Bedoya’s low cross. Fontana, an 18-year-old Union Academy graduate and Homegrown Player signing, was making his MLS debut.

Sapong flicked in Cory Burke’s cross in the 69th minute to make it 2-0.

Antonio Mlinar Delamea was shown a red card in the 24th minute for a takedown from behind of Sapong near the top of the penalty arc.

Kei Kamara scores twice, Revolution beat Union, 3-0

Kei Kamara scores twice, Revolution beat Union, 3-0

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - Kei Kamara scored twice, and Juan Agudelo added a late goal in the New England Revolution's 3-0 victory over the Philadelphia Union on Saturday night.

Kamara had his first multi-goal game since July 2016. He has seven goals this season

Kamara opened the scoring in the 38th minute, leaping to receive a high, arcing pass from Kelyn Rowe and beat goalkeeper John McCarthy. Kamara added his second in the 85th minute, and Agudelo put it out of reach with his eighth goal of the year four minutes later.

The Revolution (7-9-5) have won two straight following four consecutive losses.

Philadelphia (7-10-5) was playing without reigning MLS Goalkeeper of the Year Andre Blake. Blake suffered a hand injury for Jamaica in the Gold Cup final loss to the United States on Wednesday night.