Third-year midfielder Kelyn Rowe poked a feed from Diego Fagundez into the back of the net in second half stoppage time to give the Revolution a 1-0 victory over the Chicago Fire in preseason action.
Fagundez headed the ball down in the penalty area for Rowe, who took one touch before slotting into the net.
Chicago's Quincy Amarikwa hit the crossbar seconds later, but the ball stayed out to preserve a shutout for Brad Knighton.
This was the Revolution's first win against an MLS team this preseason. They improved to 2-1-3.
Here's Rowe's goal:
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