Note: This was a simulated match between the Revolution and the Colorado Rapids in EA Sports FIFA 20, none of what happened was real and the Revs record still is 0-1-1 as the season is on a pause due to the coronavirus.
The MLS suspended their season due to the COVID-19 outbreak, but that didn't stop the New England Revolution from taking on the Colorado Rapids in a simulated match of EA Sports FIFA 20 on Saturday.
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The Revolution, who have squandered points in the past few simulations, finally get in the win column with a 4-2 win over the Rapids at Gillette Stadium. The best player of the game was goalkeeper Matt Turner who made some pretty incredible stops throughout the match.
Here's how the Revolution starting XI looked in Saturday's simulated match:
- Matt Turner
- Brandon Bye
- Andrew Farrell
- Henry Kessler
- DeJuan Jones
- Diego Fagundez
- Wilfried Zahibo
- Gustavo Bou
- Carles Gil
- Teal Bunbury
- Adam Buksa
The substitutes were as follows:
- Cristian Penilla
- Kelyn Rowe
- Scott Caldwell
- Tajon Buchanan
- Justin Rennicks
- Michael Mancienne
- Brad Knighton
In a back-and-forth first half between the Revolution and Rapids, Colorado drew first blood in the 34th minute. Lucky for the Revs, Adam Buksa continues to dominate MLS action and tied the game with a sneaky run past the defense.
The Revolution and Rapids went into the half tied at one a side, and when the second half began that's when New England turned on the jets. In the 47th minute, Diego Fagundez picked the sweet spot to give the Revs a 2-1 lead that they never gave up.
And of course, put one in the goal column for Carles Gil who had the most gorgeous strike of the game.
In a 3-1 game with points on the line, you can count on Turner to keep things steady with a few incredible saves.
Unfortunately, though, the Rapids broke through in the 76th minute to make it a 3-2 game. However, Gustavo Bou answered in the 89th minute to solidify a 4-2 win for New England.
And you can cap things off with another stellar save from Turner to end things once and for all.
This was a phenomenal win for the Revs who finally got solid defending and goalkeeping throughout the night. It wasn't a surprise they tallied four goals, especially with players like Buksa, Gil and Bou in the starting lineup.
You can watch the full game below, and click here for highlights: