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Highlights of the Revolution's 2-1 victory over the Rapids

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Highlights of the Revolution's 2-1 victory over the Rapids

FINAL SCORE: Revolution 2, Rapids 1

IN BRIEF:  The Revolution survived three weather delays totaling more than three hours in Colorado and got a first-half goal from Teal Bunbury and a second-half score from Juan Fernando Caicedo to hold off the Colorado Rapids 2-1 in a match that ended after 2:15 a.m. Eastern time and kept New England unbeaten (4-0-3) under new coach Bruce Arena. BOX SCORE

REVS RECORD: 6-8-5 (23 points, 8th in Eastern Conference)

HIGHLIGHTS:

TEAL BUNBURY PUTS THE REVS UP IN THE 8TH MINUTE:

SECOND OF THREE WEATHER DELAYS:

JUAN FERNANDO CAICEDO WITH THE HEADER TO MAKE IT 2-0:

DIEGO RUBIO GETS COLORADO ON THE BOARD IN THE 71ST MINUTE:

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Revolution Classics: How to watch Revs vs. Red Bulls 2014 Eastern Conference Championship series

Revolution Classics: How to watch Revs vs. Red Bulls 2014 Eastern Conference Championship series

With no MLS games for the foreseeable future, NBC Sports Boston will give New England Revolution fans a chance to get their fix by re-airing some classic games, beginning Saturday afternoon with a look back at the 2014 Eastern Conference Championship series against the New York Red Bulls. 

In the first leg of the series, more than 1,200 Revolution fans traveled to New York to watch their club take on the Red Bulls on Nov. 23, 2014. That traveling paid off, too, as both Jermaine Jones and Teal Bunbury had a goal and an assist in the match. While Jones and Bunbury handled things up top, Bobby Shuttleworth stopped six of seven shots in goal.

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This match was magical for a Revs side who lacked possession (39.7 percent), pass accuracy (72 percent) and shots on goal (four) -- they trailed in all of those categories. Although they didn't control the pace of play, they made their scoring opportunities count in a 2-1 win over the Red Bulls.

The Revs' victory was their first-ever win at Red Bull Arena and their first win on the road over the Red Bulls in seven years. 

How to Watch

NBC Sports Boston will be re-airing this match on Saturday, April 4 at 4 p.m. ET. You can watch on TV on NBC Sports Boston, or stream the action via NBCSportsBoston.com.

 

Revolution Encores: When to watch classic Revs games on NBC Sports Boston

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Revolution Encores: When to watch classic Revs games on NBC Sports Boston

If you're missing soccer, you're in luck: The New England Revolution are returning to NBC Sports Boston.

Major League Soccer's season is suspended indefinitely due to the coronavirus pandemic, but to give fans their soccer fix, we're airing several classic Revs games over the next few weeks.

The action begins this Saturday, April 4, at 4 p.m. ET, with an encore broadcast of the Revs' 2014 playoff win over the New York Red Bulls in the first leg.

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You can watch on TV on NBC Sports Boston, or stream the action via NBCSportsBoston.com or the MyTeams app.

Below are brief recaps and airing dates for our first two re-broadcasts. Check back soon for a full schedule of classic Revs games.

Saturday, April 4th at 4 p.m. ET -- Revs vs. Red Bulls, Nov. 23, 2014

In the memorable first leg of the 2014 MLS Eastern Conference Championship game series, the Revolution faced the New York Red Bulls. Over 1,200 New England fans made the trip to Red Bull Arena to see Jermaine Jones, Lee Nguyen, Charlie Davies and company take on a Red Bulls side that included Thierry Henry and Bradley Wright-Phillips.

Saturday, April 11th at 4 p.m. ET -- Revs vs. Red Bulls, Nov. 29, 2014

The second leg of the 2014 MLS Eastern Conference Championship between the Revolution and Red Bulls at Gillette Stadium was one of the classic games in Revs history. Leading 2-1 on aggregate after their last-minute win in the first match, the Revs would look to local hero Charlies Davies to help them to their first MLS Cup final in seven years.