One can liken that quote to the Revolution offense from Sunday … well, during the first half, at any rate. Heading toward the Banner End Sunday afternoon, New England had difficulty in — and really, stop me if you’ve heard this before, like, at all this season — hitting the target.
For all the opportunities they had, from Carles Gil hitting the extra point/field goal screen twice to some Gustavo Bou passes into the box that were just a little too long, only one found success in putting a shot on frame. That was Teal Bunbury, whose shot from the right-hand channel put NYCFC goalkeeper Sean Johnson into a dive to his right; only his right paw kept the match scoreless.
The Minnesota native didn’t let it get to him.
Instead, he let the miss fuel him entering the second half.