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Notes from Revs-Red Bulls draw

Some postgame notes from Gillette Stadium on Saturday night:

-- The 2-2 draw sent the Revs' record to 4-11-11 (23 points), while the Red Bulls' record went to 6-6-14 (32 points)

-- With the draw, the Revs extended their winless streak to six straight games.

-- Backup Bobby Shuttleworth made his first appearance in net since April 30 at Chivas USA.

-- The Revs were without midfielder Chris Tierney, who suffered an injury during Friday’s training session.

-- With the loss, the Revs have now gone winless in their last three games against New York.

-- For the third straight game, the Revs scored the opening goal but failed to convert it into a win.

-- Even though the Revs ended up settling for the draw, New England remains undefeated (10-0-4) against the Red Bulls at Gillette Stadium in their last 14 games.

-- Red Bulls forward Thierry Henry sat out Saturday night’s match with an Achilles injury.

-- Revolution keeper Matt Reis was unavailable due to red-card suspension. The veteran keeper was suspended in the 90+5 minute of Wednesday night’s game against Houston.

-- The Red Bulls didn’t record their first shot on goal until Richards’ 53rd-minute goal. In fact, the Red Bulls, who recorded only two shots on goal Saturday night, converted both of them into goals.

-- Milton Caraglio’s two goals in the first half marked the first time since Zak Boggs scored two goals in the first half against the Columbus Crew on May 8, 2010.

-- The Kenny Mansally’s 55th-minute red card marked the ninth red card issued to the Revs as a team this season.

-- The Revs’ two-goal performance marked only the sixth time this season that they’ve scored multiple goals in a game.

-- The Revs will play their fourth-straight Eastern Conference opponent on Sunday, Aug. 28, when they face the Philadelphia Union at PPL Park.