2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
10th in Major League Soccer
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Penilla lifts Revolution over Red Bulls

Cristian Penilla scored in the 73rd minute, and the New England Revolution beat the visiting New York Red Bulls 1-0 Saturday night.

Red Bulls lose to struggling Revs (1:07)
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4dLiam Twomey

Chelsea, Revs to attend March of the Living

Chelsea will continue their campaign against antisemitism by sending a delegation to participate in the annual March of the Living in Poland.

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Barco helps De Boer end 900-day win drought

Ezequiel Barco came off the bench to score two goals as Frank De Boer's Atlanta United recorded a 2-0 victory over the New England Revolution.

Atlanta finally get first win (1:26)
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Steffen, Columbus Crew shut out Revolution

Zack Steffen needed only two saves for his fourth straight win as Columbus Crew SC defeated the 10-man New England Revolution 1-0 on Saturday.

Crew go top in the East with win over Revs (1:24)
Higuain becomes joint-top assist leader for the Crew (1:07)
Revolution pick up first win of the season (1:53)
Saief and Manneh lead FC Cincinnati to another win (1:30)
Top 5 chipped goals in MLS history (1:18)
Offside law sparks controversy in Toronto vs. New England (2:22)
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Friedel fumes over offside rule in Revs loss

Jozy Altidore scored the game-winner in the 80th minute to lead Toronto FC to a controversial 3-2 win over the New England Revolution on Sunday.

Altidore marks return with game winner for Toronto (2:07)
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Zardes, Steffen drive Crew past Revolution

Gyasi Zardes scored twice, and Zack Steffen had a penalty-kick save and an assist as Columbus Crew SC defeated the New England Revolution.

Zardes doubles ensures win for Columbus (1:42)
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47dLiam Twomey and Raphael Honigstein

Sources: Pulisic won't travel with Chelsea to U.S.

Chelsea will take their strongest squad to the United States for their friendly against New England Revolution but won't have Christian Pulisic.

Top 5 MLS debutants from opening weekend (2:38)
MLS: 41 goals in 90 seconds (1:30)
FC Dallas 1-1 New England: Gil's 1st goal earns Revs draw (1:38)
Barrios opens the scoring for FC Dallas (0:39)

RankingsMajor League Soccer

Goal Difference-6Tied-20th
Goals Scored6Tied-22nd
Assists323rd
Goals Conceded1216th