New player, new attitudes ... new results. The Revolution dominated a struggling Vancouver side on their way to a nine-game unbeaten streak. They ripped all hope from the away team with off-ball movement, poise in their passing, and quality in front of the opponent's net, leaving four different blue shirts with goals.
Let's look at the starting 11...
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Three new names in the lineup for the mid-week matinee as the Revolution introduce their newest signing Gustavo Bou. Antonio Delamea and DeJuan Jones were the other names brought into the starting 11 against Vancouver. Antonio Delamea joined Andrew Farrell (right center back) as the left center back; while DeJuan Jones and Brandon Bye played at left and right back, respectively. The midfield went back to where it was best earlier this season with Carles Gil, Juan Agudelo, and Luis Caicedo (who played more defensive). Gustavo Bou received his first start at left wing while Teal Bunbury played opposite, and Juan Fernando Caicedo played the lone forward role.
Getting forward on the outside
For the first time in a long time, New England dominated the game by