Revolution Match Recaps

Revs 1-1 Fire: Cards, Penalties, and Craziness

The Revolution were looking for a win, but had to settle for a draw in Chicago on Saturday. Given the topsy-turvy nature of the affair, the point will seem like a pretty good haul.

Recap: Revs 2, Dynamo 0 - Alston Nets Winner

The New England Revolution were in desperate need of a goal and three point, Kevin Alston gave them both in a 2-0 win over Houston.

Misfiring Attack Returns in Nation's Capital

The only goal the Revs could muster up was one they scored against themselves as they fell 2-0 to D.C. at RFK on Saturday night. It was another night of attacking woes, and a weird one, with Jay Heaps going to the stands late on.

Revs Nguyen Late in San Jose, 2-1

Lee Nguyen's stoppage-time strike out-Goonied the Goonies on the West Coast on Saturday night, securing the Revs' first win of 2014. Nguyen is now tied with "own goal" as the club's leading goalscorer.

Revs 0-0 Whitecaps: Scoreless Even At Home

The Revs played a better defensive game against the Whitecaps this week than in the last two weeks, but still couldn't muster a goal. Despite owning most of the offensive chances, they remain scoreless in three matches.

Recap: Union 1, Revs 0 - Shutout Again

It wasn't a 4-0 drubbing like it was in Houston, but the Revs played an equally poor first half on the road and walk away from another game in 2014 without a goal and without any points.

Dynamo 4, Revs 0 - New England Routed in Opener

Coming off an impressive 2013 campaign, the Revolution wanted to start off 2014 on the right foot. This was not that start.

DDC: Revs 2, Rapids 2 in Sloppy End to Preseason

The conditions were miserable and aside from an early Teal Bunbury strike, so was most of the soccer.

Revs Win in Arizona, Trade for Kobayashi

A Revolution preseason win and a player signing in the same day? Success.

Match in Tweets: Revs-RSL Preseason with Player X

The Revs and RSL played out a goal-less draw in Tuscon last night, but the star of the second half was the mysterious "Player X" that featured in the Revs midfield in the second half.


Revs 1-3 SKC: New England Out of the Playoffs

The Revs lost 3-1 in Kansas City and, as a result, are out of the playoffs after losing the semi-finals 3-4 on aggregate. It was a sloppy, ugly game, and the best team won.

Revs 2-1 SKC: Advantage New England for Leg Two

The Revs did the job they needed to do at home on Saturday night, defeating KC 2-1 to carry the advantage going back to their house on Wednesday. It was a hard-fought match none too pleasing on the eye.

Revs 1, Crew 0 - New England Playoff Bound

Juan Agudelo's first half goal along with great defense and goalkeeping were enough to send the Revs into the playoffs for the first time since 2009.

MTL 0, Revs 1: Goncalves, Defense Pull Off The Win

The Revolution defense came up huge tonight, shutting down the high-flying Montreal Impact attack and assuring that their lone first-half goal would be the difference come the final whistle. Now they'll need some help from DC United and FC Dallas.

The I-95 Cup has a Father and His Name is Fotis

Fotis Bazakos got it mostly wrong in the huge match between New York and New England. What he did get right is making the I-95 Cup relevant and real for at least one night.

Revs 1-1 Dynamo: Playoffs Slipping Away?

All the Revs needed was a home win to put themselves in fourth place and have their playoff dreams in hand, but they couldn't manage it. New England coughed up a lead to let the Dynamo snap up a 1-1 draw in Foxboro.

Revolution 2, United 1: Revs Rally To Dramatic Win

The Revolution are back in the playoff picture with their nervy 2-1 over D.C. United tonight. Here's how it all went down.

Revs 2-3 Fire: Bad Refs, Bad Defense

The Revs are out of the playoff picture now with a loss to Chicago in Chicago. The officiating will again be the headline, but the Revs needed to play better in a high-pressure situation and did not.

Revs 2-4 Impact: Cards and Controversy

The Revs dropped three points at home when they really needed them to put some breathing room between themselves and their playoff rivals in the East. It was a game marred by an early red card and two penalty calls.

Revs 1-1 TFC: Still Can't Win in Canada

The Revs needed three points, and they got one. Some will point to poor officiating, and they'll have a point, but the performance against TFC just wasn't good enough and at the end of the day, that's why the match ended in a draw.

Revs 5-1 Union: Roweing to Victory

The Revs blasted the Union at home on Sunday night, racking up five goals - four in the second half - on the way to a 5-1 rout. Kelyn Rowe put in an excellent performance in the match as the Revs moved into a playoff spot.

Agudelo and Rowe Smother the Fire in Foxboro

The Revolution got the result they needed against the Fire in Foxboro on Saturday night. Juan Agudelo's wondergoal provided the win, while Kelyn Rowe gave the insurance. Charlie Davies also made his debut.

Revs 0-3 SKC: NE Embarrassed in the Heartland

Where to begin? So many things went wrong in the match against SKC that a full analysis would span several hours of copy, so we'll just recap it here and get on the analysis this week.

Revs 0-1 Toronto: Early Goal Undoes New England

The Revolution lost 1-0 to Toronto on Sunday night. Normally we have a recap out right after the game, but there was no opportunity for anyone that night, so here it is. Better late than never.

Revs Take Down D.C. on Strong Second Half

The Revolution came out firing in the second half and erased a 1-0 deficit, winning 2-1 at RFK Stadium. Three points and Kevin Alston made the field again? What more can you ask for?

Revs 2, Crew 0 - Goncalves Stoppage Time Hero

The Revs needed all ninety minutes plus stoppage time to steal three crucial points on the road.

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