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Revolution 1, Puebla FC 1 (New England wins on penalty kicks, 5-3)

Confidence remains high

Mansally is super for Revolution

New England’s Kenny Mansally celebrates his game-winning penalty kick against Puebla FC keeper Edgar Hernandez. New England’s Kenny Mansally celebrates his game-winning penalty kick against Puebla FC keeper Edgar Hernandez. (Winslow Townson/Associated Press)
By Frank Dell’Apa
Globe Staff / August 5, 2010

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The Revolution’s SuperLiga run could salvage what has been an unsuccessful season thus far. The Revolution, near the bottom of the MLS standings, took a penalty-kicks semifinal victory over Puebla FC last night and will host the championship game Aug. 24 or 25. (Full article: 594 words)

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