Revolution

FC Dallas overtakes Revs, 2-1, with pair of late goals

FC Dallas overtakes Revs, 2-1, with pair of late goals

Lee Nguyen helped the New England Revolution take an early lead on a penalty kick, but Maxi Urruti followed with a pair of goals in the 71st and 77th minute for FC Dallas, which finished the Revs in a 2-1 loss at Toyota Stadium on Saturday night.

Nguyen's 10th-minute score was his first of the 2017 season. Urruti has three goals in his two MLS appearances this season.

Revultion midfield Xavier Kouassi made his MLS debut, but was unable help stabilize the Revs' defense as they let Dallas storm back into the game.

The Revs play next on Saturday, March 25 against Minnesota at 2 p.m. ET.

Highlights from the Revolution's 1-0 over NY Red Bulls

Highlights from the Revolution's 1-0 over NY Red Bulls

FINAL SCORE: Revolution 1, NY Red Bulls 0

IN BRIEF: The Revs broke their two-game scoreless streak with Cristian Penilla's 73' goal, leading them to a 1-0 win over the NY Red Bulls.

BOX SCORE

REVS RECORD: 2-5-1 

HIGHLIGHTS:

REVS CREATING CHANCES IN THE POOR CONDITIONS

ANOTHER NEAR SCORE

CRISTIAN PENILLA GIVES THE REVS A LATE 1-0 LEAD

NEXT UP:
@ Montreal Impact, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., NBC Sports Boston

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Revolution to join Chelsea FC in the March of the Living

Revolution to join Chelsea FC in the March of the Living

The New England Revolution and Chelsea Football Club announced Thursday they will both participate in the March of the Living in Poland on May 2. The event is held annually in remembrance of the Holocaust. 10,000 people are expected to march from Auschwitz to Birkenau. 

Revs president Brian Bilello and team ambassador Charlie Davies are among the participants from New England. 

“The New England Revolution are honored to join the March of the Living this year to recognize the legacy of those who lost their lives in the Holocaust,” said Bilello. “With prejudice and hate crimes on the rise, we feel it’s important to use our voice to help combat discrimination of any kind and we are proud to partner with Chelsea to help promote equality and tolerance.”

After the march, Chelsea and the Revs will meet in Foxboro for a charity match on May 15. Proceeds will go towards projects promoting equality and tolerance.

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