Revolution

Highlights from the Revolution's 3-2 loss to Toronto FC

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Highlights from the Revolution's 3-2 loss to Toronto FC

FINAL SCORE: Revolution 2, Toronto FC 3

IN BRIEF: Carles Gil notched two goals and the Revs battled all game but couldn't overcome a late Jozy Altidore goal and dropped a close match to Toronto. 

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HIGHLIGHTS

CARLES GIL PUTS THE REVS AHEAD EARLY ON THE PK 

AKINOLA TIES IT UP FOR TORONTO 

BUNBURY JUST MISSES ON THE BREAKAWAY 

TORONTO GOES AHEAD ON A CONTROVERSIAL SCORE JUST BEFORE HALFTIME

GIL TIES IT UP WITH HIS SECOND GOAL OF THE MATCH 

CALDWELL SAVES THE GOAL WITH THE BLOCK 

ALTIDORE PUTS TORONTO AHEAD LATE IN THE MATCH 

UP NEXT: Sunday, March 24th vs. FC Cincinnati, 4:00 p.m. (NBC Sports Boston)

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Highlights from the Revolution's 4-0 win over Vancouver Whitecaps

Highlights from the Revolution's 4-0 win over Vancouver Whitecaps

FINAL SCORE: Revolution 4, Whitecaps 0

IN BRIEF:  The Revs dominated in the second half against the Vancouver Whitecaps in Gustavo Bou's debut with the club, where New England's newest member scored a goal in the 45' minute. 

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REVS RECORD: 7-8-5 (30 points, 8th in Eastern Conference)

HIGHLIGHTS:

GUSTAVO BOU SCORES HIS FIRST GOAL AS A REV

THE CROWD SEEMS TO LIKE IT

FAGUNDEZ WITH THE INSURANCE SCORE

GIL ALL BUT SEALS IT

BUNBURY POURS SOME SALT IN THE WOUND

UP NEXT:
vs FC Cincinnati

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Gustavo Bou's first goal with the Revolution was a beauty

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Gustavo Bou's first goal with the Revolution was a beauty

Gustavo Bou has arrived.

The newest member of the Revolution, who was officially added to the roster on Monday, scored early in Wednesday night's match vs. the Vancouver Whitecaps.

Not only did Bou score, but he did it in style:

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Before joining the Revs, Bou played for Club Tijuana in Liga MX and recorded 21 goals and 14 assists in 55 matches. The 29-year-old's deal with New England could be worth up to $16 million, which is among the largest in franchise history.

If Wednesday night's match is a harbinger of what's to come, then it appears he'll be worth every penny.

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