Revs were held to 2-2 draw by Chicago down on Sunday at Gillette Stadium. As it stands, Revs are in 1st place on the table and has 63 points while Chicago sit in 12th with 28 points after 39 matches.
Revs started strongly in the first half, thanks to Kaptoum finding the net just before half-time
Chicago started strong in the second half and were able to dominate, with an early goal from Medrán in the 48th minute. However, each side looked hungry to win and Revs then found the back of the net, 75 minutes in thanks to Bou, taking the score to 2-1. In the end though, their lead was short lived, as Aliseda equalised for Chicago just before the final whistle. The game ended wih a 2-2 draw.
For Revs, Buksa, Buchanan and Boateng, came on for Bunbury, Mcnamara and Kaptoum. Chicago brought on Offor, Gutierrez, Omsberg and Collier, to replace Ivanov, Berić, Espinoza and Navarro.
There were bookings for Buchanan from Revs, and Navarro and Navarro, for Chicago.
Chicago and Revs will next play away to Cincinnati and D.C. United respectively.
|New England Revolution:||Turner, Henry Kessler, Farrell, Dejuan Jones, Bye, Polster, Mcnamara (Buchanan, min.57), Kaptoum (Boateng, min.68), Carles Gil, Bunbury (Buksa, min.57) and Bou|
|Chicago Fire:||Slonina, Pineda, Bornstein, Kappelhof, Medrán, Navarro (Collier, min.81), Ivanov (Offor, min.69), Navarro (Collier, min.81), Espinoza (Omsberg, min.76), Berić (Gutierrez, min.69) and Aliseda|
|Goals:||Kaptoum (1-0, min. 47), Medrán (1-1, min. 48), Bou (2-1, min. 75) and Aliseda (2-2, min. 88)|