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Highlights of the Revolution's 2-1 US Open Cup loss to Orlando City SC

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Highlights of the Revolution's 2-1 US Open Cup loss to Orlando City SC

FINAL SCORE: Orlando City SC 2, Revolution 1

IN BRIEF:  Benji Michel and Tesho Akindele scored in extra time as Orlando City SC held off the visiting Revolution 2-1 to reach the quarterfinals of the US Open Cup. Justin Rennicks scored his first professional goal in the extra session for the Revs. BOX SCORE

REVS RECORD: 4-8-4 (11th in Eastern Conference, this game not counted in MLS regular season standings)

HIGHLIGHTS:

TEAL BUNBURY TURNED AWAY BY ADAM GRINWIS:

BENJI MICHEL PUTS ORLANDO ON THE BOARD:

TESHO AKINDELE DOUBLES THE LEAD FOR ORLANDO: 

JUSTIN RENNICKS' 1ST PRO GOAL CUTS IT TO 2-1:

UP NEXT:
Vs. Philadelphia Union (MLS regular season), Wednesday, June 26, 7 p.m., NBC Sports Boston

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Highlights from the Revolution's 3-3 draw with Orlando City SC

Highlights from the Revolution's 3-3 draw with Orlando City SC

FINAL SCORE: Revolution 3, Orlando City 3

IN BRIEF: Orlando City responded to a first-half blitz from the Revs with two goals in the early part of the second 45 minutes, earning a draw on Saturday night. 

BOX SCORE

REVS RECORD: 10-11-9 (40 points, 6th in Eastern Conference)

HIGHLIGHTS:

OWN GOAL PUTS THE REVS UP EARLY

NANI GETS ONE BACK ORLANDO SHORTLY AFTER

PENILLA CHIPS IT OVER THE KEEPER TO GIVE THE REVS A LEAD

ORLANDO DRAWS CLOSER

NANI TIES IT

 

UP NEXT:
@ Real Salt Lake, Saturday, 7:30 p.m., NBC Sports Boston

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Revolution defender Antonio Delamea's suspension rescinded, will play Saturday

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Revolution defender Antonio Delamea's suspension rescinded, will play Saturday

Revolution defender Antonio Delamea had his one-game suspension and fine rescinded and will be eligible to play in the Revs' game Saturday against Orlando City SC in Florida.

The Independent Review Panel, consisting of one representative from the U.S. Soccer Federation, one representative from the Canadian Soccer Association and one independent representative nominated by the Professional Referee Organization, unanimously rescinded the suspension and accompanying fine for the red card Delamea received in the ninth minute of the Revs' loss to New York City FC Sept. 7.

Each MLS team is allowed two unsuccessful appeals of suspensions per season, including the playoffs. Since the Revs' successfully appealed, they maintain two unsuccessful appeals for any future send-offs this season.

New England (10-10-9) is just above the playoff line with 39 points. Orlando (9-13-8) is four points below. 

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