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Revolution Shut Out by Philadelphia 3-0

Monday, July 03, 2017

 

Ben Angoua's handball in first half gave Union a penalty shot

The New England Revolution were shut out by the Philadelphia Union 3-0 on Sunday night at Talen Energy Stadium in Philadelphia.

The loss drops the Revolution to 5-8-5 on the season and in 10th place in the Eastern Conference.

Revs Shut Out

The Union got on the board after Revolution defender Benjamin Angoua was called for a handball inside the box just minutes into the start of the game. Philadelphia forward C.J. Sapong converted on the penalty kick to put the Union up 1-0 in the fourth minute.

In the second half, the Union scored quickly again as Fafa Picault played a cross to Ilsinho in the box, who found the back of the net to give the Union a 2-0 lead.

After coming on as a substitute in the 78th minute, Union midfielder Roland Alberg scored from distance to give the Union the club's third goal of the match and seal the win.

New England was unable to score despite have ten shots in the game, but only three on the net.

Next up

The Revolution return to action Wednesday, July 5  when they host the New York Red Bulls.

The match kicks off at 7:30 p.m.

 

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