Revolution

BSJ Match #29 Breakdown & Review: Revolution 1, NYCFC 2 — Revs lose the big moments, and three points

Soccer is a game of moments. One team could dominate the whole game and then lose on a mishap in the end. In this situation the Revolution took a hit early on, and fought well for the remainder of the game, only to suffer a penalty that allowed New York City FC to take a point from the already disadvantaged New England side.

Let's look at the starting 11...

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With Teal Bunbury sidelined because of his lingering injury, Juan Fernando Caicedo was one of two changes in the lineup this week. Antonio Delamea was the other change, sliding in at left center back for Michael Mancienne. DeJuan Jones played left back, Andrew Farrell played right center back, and Brandon Bye played right back. Luis Caicedo and Wilfried Zahibo played in the center midfield, while Cristian Penilla and Carles Gil played on the left and right wings, respectively. Gustavo Bou and Juan Fernando Caicedo played as the forwards. Matt Turner in goal.

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