New England Revolution are Winners in their Last 11 Games at Home
Home field advantage has been playing out very well for the New England Revolution with the team winning their 11th straight win on their home turf on Saturday with a 3-0 win over Toronto FC.
Rookie forward Benjamin Angoua opened the scoring in Saturday’s win with a header in the 13th minute which was his first career MLS goal.
The second goal of the game for the Rev’s came via Diego Fagundez who added his fourth goal in his last four games. The third New England goal came with Juan Agudelo nailing his team-leading seventh goal on the other side of halftime.
One thing New England will have to do is win on the road which they have yet to accomplish in 8 road games this season. Their away record is 0-5-3 which is the worst away record in the Eastern Conference. While winning on the road is important, winning at home is vital to their success and that they have done very well.
The Rev’s will have the opportunity to correct their road woes in their next match on June 14th against the Rochester Rhinos in the Open Cup which is a none MLS event. While the match is considered a “home game”, it is not being played at Gillette with the match taking place at Chapey Field at Anderson Stadium which is in Providence, Rhode Island at the home of the Providence Friars.