BSJ Match #31 Breakdown & Review: Revolution 0, Real Salt Lake 0 – Revs outplay Real Salt Lake, but finish even

Although it felt like the New England Revolution were bound to put one in the back of the net by the end of the game on Saturday night, they were never able to do so. The blue shirts did just about everything they could -- including hitting two posts -- to go ahead and walk away with three points, but instead had to settle for one against Real Salt Lake.

Let's look at the starting 11...

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No Gustavo Bou in the starting 11 this week, after reportedly picking up a knock last week. In his place was Teal Bunbury who was back after returning from an injury. He started at forward with Juan Fernando Caicedo. The outside midfield was made up of Cristian Penilla and Carles Gil. The center midfield was back to Luis Caicedo and Wilfried Zahibo, since he returned from yellow card accumulation suspension. From left to right, the back line was DeJuan Jones, Antonio Delamea, Andrew Farrell, and Brandon Bye. Matt Turner started in goal.


Looking at the midfield

New England dominated the possession game