Jay Heaps joins Brad Feldman to discuss the team’s 2-1 loss to the Fire.
FINAL SCORE: New England Revolution 2, Chicago Fire 2
IN BRIEF: Tactical changes led to two second-half goals, from Scott Caldwell and Cristian Penilla, as the Revs salvaged a point at home after spotting Chicago 1-0 and 2-1 leads.
REVOLUTION RECORD: 8-10-11 (35 points)
WHERE THEY STAND: By picking up a point, the Revs stay five points behind Montreal Impact for the final seed in the Eastern Conference, tied with DC United, who also trail Montreal by five. To give themselves the best chance, New England is going to need to win at all costs the rest of the way.
CALDWELL, PENILLA MAKE IT LOOK PRETTY
WHAT'S NEXT: The Revs hit the road next Saturday, when they’ll face Toronto FC and look to pick up a crucial three points to stay in the playoff hunt.
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FINAL SCORE: Revs 1, LAFC 1
IN BRIEF: LAFC's Marco Urena scored in the 52nd minute, while Brandon Bye tied the game in the 82nd minute with a header.
REVOLUTION RECORD: 8-10-10(33 points)
WHERE THEY STAND: The Revs are now tied for seventh in the eastern conference.
SATURDAY: Revolution at Fire, 7:30 p.m.