In the same game that Jozy Altidore left with a leg injury, fellow US National Team player Juan Agudelo found the back of the net to give the New England Revolution a 1-0 lead heading into halftime.
With the Revolution in possession, the ball was slow moving near the right side of the field in the 32nd minute. Lee Nguyen and Teal Bunbury played triangles, looking for an opportunity to penetrate. That opportunity presented itself through London Woodberry, who sent in a picturesque cross that Agudelo headed home.
The goal was Agudelo's third of the year and Woodberry's second helper of the year. The Revs now have five tallies collected from crosses in 2015, marking a shift in the team's approach
The goal was an important one for the Revolution as they are 4-0-1 when leading at halftime. Conversely, Toronto FC are 0-3-0 when trailing at the break.
Since the goal was so nice, here's another angle.
From London Woodberry-to-@JuanAgudelo-to-the back of the net-to-Vine. #NEREVS UP, 1-0! https://t.co/OJnFs0stO0— NE Revolution (@NERevolution) May 17, 2015