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FOXBOROUGH — Saturday night’s game between the red-hot Chicago Fire and the Revolution at Gillette Stadium is shaping up differently than New England’s road win against the Fire back on March 9.
On that rainy Saturday night, coach Jay Heaps’s team grabbed the only goal of the game to start the season off on a winning note. Forward Jerry Bengtson — who is now a question mark to even make the Revolution bench — scored on a header for a 1-0 win in the season opener.
But both teams have changed since March, and Heaps knows it.
“They’re a completely different team,” he said. “Chicago has added some really quality players. They’re playing better soccer, too. And we’re a completely different team as well.”