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Revolution-Toronto FC final: 0-0

Posted by Frank Dell'Apa, Globe Staff  June 15, 2011 07:45 PM

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Final score, Revolution-Toronto FC 0-0:Despite producing more chances than usual, partly thanks to a switch to a 4-4-2 alignment, the Revolution winless streak extended to five games.

Second half, 58th minute, Revolution-Toronto FC 0-0:Rajko Lekic volleyed wide off a Kevin Alston cross.

Second half, Revolution-Toronto FC 0-0:Sainey Nyassi replaced Zak Boggs on the right wing.

Halftime, Revolution-Toronto FC 0-0:The Revolution started in a 4-4-2 alignment, and the change in formations contributed to a lively attack in the opening half. But Toronto had the best chance of the half, an Alan Gordon header cleared off the line by Kevin Alston in the 36th minute.

Rene Rancourt in the house. National anthems delivered by Rancourt, who has been the Bruins' anthem singer since the 1970s.

REVOLUTION-TORONTO FC starting lineups:
REVOLUTION: Reis; Alston, Cochrane, Soares, Barnes; Boggs, Phelan, Joseph, Tierney; Mansally, Lekic.
TORONTO FC: Frei; Eckersley, Henry, Harden, Borman; Santos, Sturgis, Yourassowsky, Soolsma; Plata, Gordon.
Referee: Ricardo Salazar.

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