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The Bent Musket Oct 3, 2015

Diego Fagundez Goes Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Diego Fagundez is always pushing the limits when it comes to hairstyles. You won't have any trouble spotting Diego Fagundez this month as the 20-year-old will have a pink streak in his hair. Fagundez, always known for his creative hairstyles, went pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The New England Revolution midfielder revealed his new look via Twitter on Friday. Its the month for breast cancer. So i wanna support by wearing my hair pink this month. #forallthewomenoutthere pic.twitter.com/xLeg1lx237 — diego fagundez (@DiegoFagundez14) October 2, 2015 This isn't the...
Brotherly Game Sep 26, 2015

GAME THREAD: New England Revolution vs. Philadelphia Union

The Philadelphia Union MLS campaign trudges along as the Union brace themselves for the U.S. Open Cup Final. UNION GAME #31 VS Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA Saturday, September 26, 2015 7:30 PM ET TCN - JP Dellacamera and Peter Pappas Online Streaming: MLS Live TBG Game Preview Know Thy Enemy: The Bent Musket Starting XI Charlie Davies Forward Fernando Aristeguieta Diego Fagundez, Lee Nguyen, Kelyn Rowe Scott Caldwell, Jermaine Jones Midfield Zach Pfeffer, Cristian Maidana, Eric Ayuk Brian Carroll, Warren Creavalle, Jeremy Hall,...
The Bent Musket Sep 23, 2015

Four Revolution Players Named to 24 Under 24 List

New England's youthful core has earned some league-wide recognition MLSSoccer.com's annual 24 Under 24 list has been announced, and four New England Revolution players have earned honors. As voted on by various members of soccer media across America and Canada, Juan Agudelo was the highest ranking Rev in 13th place. Meanwhile, Andrew Farrell came in at 16th place, Diego Fagundez registered at 17th place, and Kelyn Rowe rolled in at 20th place. To come up with the final list, the media voted on technical ability, soccer IQ, physical attributes, personality, and potential. While some of...
The Bent Musket Sep 16, 2015

Revolution vs. Red Bulls: Final Score 2-1, New England and Fagundez keep rolling

The Revolution made it six in a row on Wednesday night with a big conference six-pointer over New York. Short rest and international travel were no match for the surging New England Revolution as they dispatched the New York Red Bulls 2-1 at Gillette Stadium on Wednesday night. The victory is their sixth in a row, tying a club record. Diego Fagundez kicked off the scoring about 90 seconds into the match with his fourth goal in as many consecutive matches, but the Red Bulls came right back through Mike Grella. Kelyn Rowe stayed hot with a second half goal to lock up the win for the...
The Bent Musket Sep 16, 2015

Diego Fagundez only needed 90 seconds to score

Because the kid is that good. Sometimes you can just tell when a player is beaming with confidence. Such is the case with Diego Fagundez, who scored inside the first 90 seconds of Wednesday's game against the New York Red Bulls. Fagundez entered the midweek affair having scored in the New England Revolution's past three games. The 20-year-old made it four straight when Juan Agudelo redirected a Lee Nguyen free kick into Fagundez's path. Fagundez made the most of the opportunity, firing a left-footed shot past goalkeeper Luis Robles. Interestingly, all three of Fagundez's prior goals have...
The Bent Musket Sep 14, 2015

Fagundez nominated for Goal of the Week

Another week, another nomination for Diego Fagundez. For the third straight week, Diego Fagundez has been nominated for MLSSoccer.com's Goal of the Week. On Sunday, Fagundez played 90 minutes against Toronto FC. A pest throughout the night, the New England Revolution midfielder made his greatest impact in the 39th minute when he hit a one-time shot past goalkeeper Chris Konopka. Lee Nguyen was credited with the assist. Despite being frequently nominated, Fagundez has only captured the Goal of the Week award once in 2015. He received the weekly accolade for his strike against the Chicago...
Boston Herald Sep 13, 2015

Streaking Revolution beat Toronto FC 3-1

TORONTO — Diego Fagundez scored for the third straight game and Lee Nguyen set up two goals to help the New England Revolution beat Toronto FC 3-1 on Sunday for their fifth straight victory.New England (12-9-7) has outscored its opposition 13-2 during the winning streak. It also has a seven-game unbeaten streak.Fifth-place Toronto (11-12-4) dropped six points behind fourth-place New England in the Eastern Conference.New England took a 2-0 lead in the first half on Fagundez's goal and an own goal from Toronto defender Damien Perquis.
The Bent Musket Sep 13, 2015

Revolution 3-1 Toronto: Ruthless Revs Sink Reds

Toronto was the superior team in the run of play at BMO Field on Sunday night, but they were also the losing team as the Revs left with a commanding 3-1 victory. If ever there was a word to describe the New England Revolution's performance against Toronto FC on Sunday night, it would be "ruthless." Despite staring down the firepower of Jozy Altidore, Michael Bradley, and Sebastian Giovinco, the Revs went North of the border and pulled out a victory. Helped initially by a Damien Perquis own goal, Diego Fagundez and Kelyn Rowe added tallies to keep New England hot and focused on the playoffs...
The Bent Musket Sep 10, 2015

Diego Fagundez is up For Goal of the Week

The 20-year-old is rounding back into form and his goal last weekend was something special. The New England Revolution scored three beautifully orchestrated goals in Saturday's 3-0 victory over Orlando City, and one in particular has garnered plaudits on a grander stage. Diego Fagundez's 43rd minute strike is up for MLSsoccer.com's Goal of the Week and is in prime position to take home the honor. Tallies from FC Dallas' Michael Barrios, Didier Drogba of the Montreal Impact, Obafemi Martins of the Seattle Sounders, and Conor Casey of the Philadelphia Union are also up for the weekly...
The Bent Musket Sep 10, 2015

Revolution Players Earn Team of the Week Nods Galore

Not one, not two, not three, not four... Although against a weakened Orlando City team, the New England Revolution's 3-0 thrashing of the Lions this past weekend was impressive on all fronts. With that in mind, MLSsoccer.com's Team of the Week for Week 27 is ridden with Revolution stalwarts, the least of which is Lee Nguyen. The 28-year-old midfielder's three assists has grabbed all the headlines, but Scott Caldwell, Diego Fagundez, and Chris Tierney all also earned recognition for their efforts. The latter two tallied a goal apiece, while Caldwell asserted himself in the midfield and...
The Bent Musket Sep 5, 2015

Revolution 3, Orlando 0: Nguyen, Fagundez silent the lions

The Revs proved to be too much for an injury-ridden Orlando City team. In a clash of two Eastern Conference foes simultaneously searching for three points, the New England Revolution defeated Orlando City SC, 3-0, on Saturday night at Gillette Stadium. The Lions, who were missing the vital of presence of Kaka and others, struggled to get a stranglehold on the proceedings and were under considerable pressure from the first minute onwards. In light of that, the Revs were first rewarded for their stellar play in the 43rd minute through Diego Fagundez. After the ball was driven forward for...