FINAL SCORE: Revolution 1, Philadelphia Union 1
IN BRIEF: Kacper Pryzbylko's goal in the 84th minute gave Philadelphia Union a 1-1 draw with the Revolution at Gillette Stadium Wednesday night as New England returned to MLS play and remained unbeaten under new coach Bruce Arena. Brandon Bye had a first-half goal for the Revs. BOX SCORE
REVS RECORD: 4-8-5 (11th in Eastern Conference)
BRANDON BYE PUTS REVS UP, 1-0 IN 31ST MINUTE:
KACPER PRYZBYLKO TIES IT IN THE 84TH MINUTE:
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FINAL SCORE: Union 6, Revs 1
IN BRIEF: Philadelphia blitzed the Revs in the second half by scoring five goals, four of which coming in a 20-minute span.
REVS RECORD 2-7-2 10th place in Eastern Conference
REVS KNOCKING ON THE DOOR IN THE FIRST HALF
CAICEDO TIES IT AT 1-1
PHILLY TAKES THE LEAD RIGHT AFTER HALF TIME
SANTOS EXTENDS THE UNION LEAD
SANTOS SCORES AGAIN TO MAKE IT 4-1 UNION
PHILLY PILING IT ON
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CHESTER, Pa. -- Anthony Fontana and C.J. Sapong scored and the Philadelphia Union beat 10-man New England 2-0 on Saturday night in the opener for both teams, spoiling Brad Friedel’s Revolution coaching debut.
Fontana opened the scoring in the 43rd minute with a quick-reacting, left-footed stab to finish Sapong’s redirection of Alejandro Bedoya’s low cross. Fontana, an 18-year-old Union Academy graduate and Homegrown Player signing, was making his MLS debut.
Sapong flicked in Cory Burke’s cross in the 69th minute to make it 2-0.
Antonio Mlinar Delamea was shown a red card in the 24th minute for a takedown from behind of Sapong near the top of the penalty arc.