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In-game Commentary: Revolution vs Toronto

Posted by Julian Cardillo  May 25, 2013 07:22 PM

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Outlook: Revolution- The Revolution extend their unbeaten streak to three games and are now just two points behind Philadelphia for the final playoff spot. Consecutive scoring performances by Diego Fagundez and Juan Agudelo proves their value. Who are the Revolution without those two players right now?...Toronto: It continues to get worse for Toronto, who will remain just two points ahead of last place DC United in the conference standings. It doesn't look like they'll make the playoffs this year, either, even though 67% of the season still remains. Toronto may have to watch New England, Columbus, and Philadelphia duke it out for the fifth and final playoff spot this year.

FINAL- REVOLUTION 2, TORONTO 0

90th minute+- GOAL REVOLUTION! Juan Agudelo scores the second goal of his Revolution career by poking a feed from Saer Sene into the back of the net. 2-0 Revolution.

81st minute- The Revolution look to close this game out as Andy Dorman comes on for Scott Caldwell. Revolution lead 1-0.

72nd minute- Saer Sene comes on for Jerry Bengston. Revolution still lead 1-0.

60th minute- Lee Nguyen hits a shot from 22 yards out off the post and out. Still 1-0 to the Revolution.

51st minute- Toronto are showing more initiative to start the second half. Revolution need to be careful. Revs still lead 1-0.

46th minute- And we're off for the second half. Revolution lead 1-0.

Second Half

HALFTIME

45th minute- Toronto have a few chances, but it's really the Revolution who fully control this game. They lead 1-0 at the half.

37th minute- Revolution in full command. They aren't creating many chances, but they are totally dominating possession. Revolution lead 1-0.

23rd minute- Diego Fagundez scores! 1-0 Revolution. He volleys the ball into the back of the net off a long cross by Chris Tierney. It's Fagundez' fourth goal of the season. 1-0

21st minute- Nguyen gets into the box and pops a cross into the center of the penalty area for Agudelo, whose header is saved by Bendik. 0-0

15th minute- Stephen McCarthy soft back pass nearly leads to a Toronto goal. Shuttleworth stops shot from close range by Jeremy Brockie. 0-0

5th minute- Revolution trying to build up some attacks. Both teams really still feeling each other out though. 0-0

1st minute- And we're off. 0-0

First Half

Lineups: New England- GK Shuttleworth; D Farrell, Goncalves, McCarthy, Tierney; M Fagundez, Caldwell, Nguyen, Toja; F Bengston, Agudelo...Toronto- GK Bendik; D Henry, Earnshaw, Caldwell, O'Dea, Richter; M Lambe, Hall, Laba, Brockie; F Silva

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About Corner Kicks: Julian Cardillo offers insight and analysis about the New England Revolution as well as European and international soccer.

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