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.

Here are some of Jay Heaps post match comments:

Toronto FC Coach Greg Vanney Post Match Comments

It was not a happy Toronto FC coach Greg Vanney who met with the media after his side’s 3-1 defeat to New England tonight.

Caldwell Leads Revs To Victory Over Toronto

scott-caldwellThe New England Revolution beat Toronto FC 3-1 at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night in front of 21,362 happy fans.

Charlie Davies with two goals and Lee Nguyen from the penalty spot scored the New England goals, who now have a three match unbeaten run going.

I had been looking forward to see Toronto’s dynamic trio of Michael Bradley, Jozy Altidore and Sebastian Giovinco. But was disappointed as Bradley missed the game through injury, Altidore was sent off after 39 minutes for kicking out at Jose Goncalves and Giovinco was invisible, starved of service in the first half with only 11 touches and was replaced at half time.

Revs Coach Jay Heaps After New York City FC Win

New England coach Jay Heaps post game press conference after the Revolution beat New York City FC 2-1 tonught.

New England Revolution End Winless Streak Against NYC FC

The-FortThe New England beat NYC FC 2-1 in front of a season high crowd of 28,811 fans at Gillette Stadium on Saturday.

With the win the Revolution ended their five game winless streak and moved six points ahead of New York in the playoff battle.

The Revolution goal came in 12th minute when Lee Nguyen finished off a great NE passing move that ripped open the New York defense.

Revs boss Jay Heaps had to juggle his defense due to injuries and suspensions with Brad Knighton replacing the injured Bobby Shuttleworth in goal and Jeremy Hall sliding into central defense to replace the suspended Jose Concalves.

Post Match Interview: Columbus Crew Manager Gregg Berhalter

Post game interview with the Columbus Crew manager Gregg Berhalter after his teams 0-0 draw against the New England Revolution today.