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Boston Herald Oct 4, 2015

Chicago Fire deny New England chance to clinch with 3-1 win

BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. — David Accam and Harry Shipp scored 8 minutes apart in Chicago's three-goal second half and the Fire beat New England 3-1 on Saturday night to deny the Revolution a chance to clinch a playoff.New England (13-10-8), which had its five-game win streak snapped by a 1-1 draw with Philadelphia, took a 1-0 lead in the first half when Chris Tierney fired a beautiful cross from just inside the sideline to the right of Chicago keeper Jon Busch, finding Juan Agudelo in front of the goal mouth for the header in the 31st minute.
Boston Herald Sep 27, 2015
Revolution Notebook: Clincher eludes Revs

Revolution Notebook: Clincher eludes Revs

FOXBORO — The Revolution’s procession to the playoffs encountered an immovable roadblock last night.Philadelphia goalkeeper Andre Blake carried out his defiant quest with a flourish to hold the Revs to a 1-1 draw at Gillette Stadium. Blake made 10 saves — tied for the most by a goalkeeper in a MLS game this season — and produced several fine stops in the final 20 minutes as the Revs chased in vain for the goal required to confirm their inevitable place in the postseason.
Boston Herald Sep 20, 2015
Drogba has goal and assist, Impact beat Revs 3-0

Drogba has goal and assist, Impact beat Revs 3-0

MONTREAL — Didier Drogba, Johan Venegas and Dilly Duka scored and the 10-man Montreal Impact beat New England 3-0 in a driving rainstorm Saturday night to end the Revolution's winning streak at six games.The Impact (10-11-6) are undefeated in four games since Mauro Biello replaced Frank Klopas as coach. They are sixth in the Eastern Conference, two points ahead of New York City FC for the final playoff spot.
Boston Herald Sep 17, 2015

Revolution tame Red Bulls

FOXBORO — Revolution midfielder Kelyn Rowe captured the essence of last night’s gritty 2-1 victory over New York Red Bulls after his game-winning goal.Rowe dusted off an old celebration — mounting the advertising boards and paddling for a few strokes. The familiar revelry offered yet another display of persistence on a night filled with them, as the Revs climbed to the top of the Eastern Conference table with a sixth consecutive victory.“It was a big game and it was a big goal,” Rowe explained. “So I wanted to bring it back.”
Boston Herald Sep 16, 2015

Rowe scores go-ahead in 65th, Revolution beat Red Bulls 2-1

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Kelyn Rowe broke a tie in the 65th minute and the New England Revolution beat the New York Red Bulls 2-1 on Wednesday night to move into first place in the Eastern Conference.New England (13-9-7) won its sixth straight game, matching a club record set in 2005. New York (13-8-6) lost for only the second time in its last 10 matches.
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.

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