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Angoua, Agudelo help Revolution beat Toronto FC, 3-0

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Angoua, Agudelo help Revolution beat Toronto FC, 3-0

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - Juan Agudelo had a goal and an assist, Benjamin Angoua added his first career MLS goal and the New England Revolution beat Toronto FC 3-0 on Saturday night.

Angoua headed home a corner kick by Lee Nguyen in the 17th minute, Fagundez added a goal in the 66th, and Agudelo gave New England (5-5-5) a 3-0 lead in the 85th.

Kelyn Rowe won a ball near midfield and tapped it to Fagundez who slotted it to Agudelo at the top of box. He dropped it to a charging Fagundez who blasted it just inside the post to double the advantage. Agudelo's header from point-blank range, after a shot by Fagundez bounced twice off the cross bar, capped the scoring.

Toronto (8-2-5), which hadn't lost since April 15, had its eight-match unbeaten streak snapped. TFC was shut out for the first time since a 0-0 draw at Sporting Kansas City on March 31.

New England's Cody Cropper had three saves - including a leaping stop of a long-range shot by Armando Cooper in the 34th minute - for his fourth shutout of the season.

Revolution coach Brad Friedel apologizes to fans for team's performance vs. Montreal

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Revolution coach Brad Friedel apologizes to fans for team's performance vs. Montreal

The Revolution's struggles continued with a rough loss to the Impact on Thursday night.

New England fell by a score of 3-0, marking its fourth loss at home. The Revs now are 2-6-1 and in 10th place in the Eastern Conference standings.

Head coach Brad Friedel took a moment Thursday on 98.5 The Sports Hub's "Zo and Bertrand" to apologize to Revs fans for the team's poor performance.

Listen to the clip below:

The Revolution look to bounce back from the loss with a better performance vs. Sporting Kansas City. The match will take place Saturday night at 8:30 p.m.

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Highlights of the Revolution's 3-0 loss to the Impact

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Highlights of the Revolution's 3-0 loss to the Impact

FINAL SCORE: Montreal 3, Revolution 0

IN BRIEF: Shamit Shone broke a scoreless tie in the 79th minute when he scored after goalkeeper Cody Cropper mishandled a free kick and the Montreal Impact went on to a 3-0 victory over the Revolution on Wednesday night at Gillette Stadium. BOX SCORE

REVS RECORD 2-6-1 10th place in Eastern Conference

HIGHLIGHTS:

CODY CROPPER SAVE KEEPS IT SCORELESS IN 1ST HALF:

CROPPER MISHANDLES FREE KICK, SHAMIT SHONE SCORES:

ANTHONY JACKSON-HAMEL MAKES IT 2-0 IMPACT:

JACKSON-HAMEL AGAIN: 

NEXT UP:
@ Sporting KC, Saturday, 8:30 p.m., NBC Sports Boston

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