Revolution

BSJ Match #30 Breakdown & Review: Revolution 3, Orlando 3 – Gil strong, but Bruce Arena made questionable decisions

With playoffs right around the corner, the New England Revolution and their supporters have to be frustrated that Orlando City SC was able to convert on low percentage opportunities that kept the Revolution from taking three points from central Florida. On top of that, Bruce Arena opted to bunker down and escape with a point instead of crafting an effort to come away with three.

Let's look at the starting 11...

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With the rescinding of Antonio Delamea's red card, he started in the backline while Wilfried Zahibo had to sit this one out because of his yellow card accumulation suspension. DeJuan Jones started at left back, Andrew Farrell started at right center back (to the right of Delamea), and Brandon Bye held down his role at right back. Cristian Penilla started on the left wing and Luis Caicedo played in the center midfield with Diego Fagundez. Carles Gil played in front of Bye on the right wing. Gustavo Bou and Juan Fernando Caicedo started as the two forwards and Matt Turner started in goal.

TAKEAWAYS

Carles Gil's "position"