Post Match Reaction: New England 2 Chicago 0

The New England Revolution defeated the Chicago Fire 2-0, at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night, moving into a tie for fourth place in the Eastern Conference.

Lee Nguyen opened the scoring in the 22nd minute, banking in a curling shot off the far post. Rookie Femi Hollinger-Janzen delivered the first goal of his professional career in the 84th minute to seal the win for the Revs.

Scott Caldwell, Lee Nguyen, and Juan Agudelo all recorded assists, while goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth turned in his third clean sheet of the season.

Interview With The Offside Inter Milan Columnist Will Beckman

new-inter-badgeThis is the second of what I hope will be an ongoing interview series with reporters, writers and fans about this Serie A season and Inter’s performance in specific. Earlier this week I interviewed Gazzetta World reporter Julian Cardillo and today it is The Offside’s Inter Milan columnist Will Beckman turn in the hot seat.

Thank you very much Will for insights. If you want to read more of Will’s posts on Inter, you can find the on SB Nation here or follow him on Twitter at @Will_Beckman

Roberto Mancini called this an excellent season for Inter. Do you agree or disagree with that statement?

Post Match Reaction: Revs Lose To Galaxy 4-2

The New England Revolution winless streak away from home continues after losing 4-2 to the LA Galaxy. Here are jay Heaps comments on the match and performance after the match.

Interview With Gazzetta World Reporter Julian Cardillo

new-inter-badgeAs we wind down the 2015/16 season I wanted to get some comments and insights from different fans and reporters about this Serie A season and Inter’s performance in specific. To kick of this interview series, I reached out to Gazzetta World reporter Julian Cardillo. You can read Julian’s work here and follow him on Twitter here.

I know you from covering the New England Revolution in Major League Soccer. How did you go from covering MLS to writing for La Gazzetta dello Sport?

Post Match Reaction: New England 2 Orlando City 2

The New England Revolution and the Orlando City SC drew 2-2 draw in front of a season high crowd of 25,203 at Gillette Stadium.

Diego Fagundez opened the scoring for New England in the 7th minute, but Orlando City’s Kevin Molino answered with an equalizer in the 30th minute. Juan Agudelo put the Revolution back in front just one minute after entering the match as a substitute in the 70th minute.

Post Match Reaction: New England 1 Portland 1

The Revolution (1-2-6; 9 points) played the defending MLS Cup Champion Portland Timbers (2-2-4; 10 points) to a 1-1 draw at Gillette Stadium on Wednesday evening. Jack Barmby opened the scoring for the Timbers in the 64th minute, giving the visitors the second half lead. The Revolution equalized in the 89th minute as a Jermaine Taylor own goal brought the home side level just before the final whistle.

Here are Jay Heaps comments about the game and individual performances:

Post Match Reaction: D.C. United 3 New England 0

jay-heaps-newThe Revolution (1-2-5; 8 points) fell to Eastern Conference rival D.C. United (2-2-3; 9 points), 3-0, at RFK Stadium on Saturday evening. New England had a strong showing in the first half, but Lamar Neagle put the home team ahead in the 33rd minute, converting a penalty kick after Marclo Sarvas drew a foul on boundary of the box. D.C. United added two more goals late in the match, as Luciano Acosta and Álvaro Saborio found the back of the net in the 86th and 90th minutes, respectively.

New England Revolution head coach Jay Heaps thoughts on the defeat:

Post Match Reaction: Revolution 1 Toronto FC 1

The New England Revolution played Toronto FC to a 1-1 draw at Gillette Stadium on Saturday afternoon, improving the club’s record to 1-1-4 on the season. Kelyn Rowe scored his first goal of the season for New England, which climbs into the fourth slot on the Eastern Conference table.

The Revs improve to 1-1-4, while Toronto FC improves to 1-2-2. New England remains an unbeaten 1-0-2 at Gillette Stadium this season.

Here are some of Jay Heaps comments after the game:

Post Match Reaction: Revolution 1 Red Bulls 0

The New England Revolution earned their first win of the season on Friday, defeating the New York Red Bulls 1-0 at Gillette Stadium. Diego Fagundez was the goalscorer for the Revs, finishing a low cross from Juan Agudelo to cement New England’s first victory.

Following a scoreless first half, the Revs got on the board in the 55th minute, as Juan Agudelo found Diego Fagundez for his second goal of the 2016 campaign. New York’s Bradley Wright-Phillips had a chance from point blank range in the 60th minute, but Bobby Shuttleworth recorded the crucial save, keeping the Revs in the lead.

Post Match Reaction: New England 0 D.C. United 0

The New England Revolution picked up their second point in as many games with a 0-0 draw against D.C. United at Gillette Stadium on Saturday afternoon in the Revs’ home opening match. Despite 18 total shots, the Revs were unable to find the back of the net. New England is now unbeaten in its first two matches for the first time since 2013.

The Revolution are now unbeaten in ten consecutive home openers (6-0-4). The scoreless draw is the fourth consecutive scoreless draw that New England has had in its home opener.