New England Revolution Game Ends In Another Stalemate, This Time With D.C. United
For the second time this week and the third time all season the New England Revolution had a match that ended in a draw. This time it came on Saturday night at home against D.C. United where the match ended in a 2-2 draw.
Midfielder Lee Nguyen registered the Revolution’s second quickest goal of the season and his team-leading fourth tally when he headed in a cross from forward Kei Kamara in the fifth minute of play. United roared back though with a goal in the 26th minute by midfielder Jared Jeffery and then another just two minutes later by Sebastian Le Toux to give D.C. a 2-1 advantage over the Rev’s.
Ironically enough though the Revolution technically never scored an equalizer, instead in the 48th minute of play a header by Antonio Delamea’s ended up deflecting off of D.C. United defender Sean Franklin and in for an own goal.
New England returns to action next Saturday, April 29, when the club visits Seattle Sounders FC at CenturyLink Field.