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Post-Match Facts | Week 8

New England Revolution 2 (2-3-3, 9 points) v. D.C. United 2 (2-3-2, 8 points)

2017 MLS Regular Season
April 22, 2017 – Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts 
Attendance: 16,591

Player Notes

  • Sébastien Le Toux made his 200th career MLS start.
  • Le Toux scored his 58th career MLS goal and first for United. He is the only active player with at least 55 goals and 55 assists. He is now tied for seventh among active players for most goals.
  • Lloyd Sam recorded his 30th career MLS assist.
  • Jared Jeffrey scored his fifth career MLS goal.
  • Max Tissot made his Black-and-Red debut and 45th career MLS appearance.
  • Lamar Neagle made his first start of 2017.
  • Kofi Opare made his first start of 2017.

#NEvDC Notes

  • This was the 70th regular season meeting between the two rivals. 
  • United are now 32-26-12 against the Revs in the regular season all-time.
  • The Black-and-Red are now 4-11-8 at Gillette Stadium all-time in the regular season.

Match Notes

  • United's all-time record is now 277-262-130.
  • The Black-and-Red are 34-39-18 in games played in April. 

Goals by Half

  1st Half 2nd Half Total
New England Revolution 2 0 2
D.C. United 2 0 2

Misconduct Summary

Minute Team Offender Reason
27' D.C. Sébastien Le Toux Unsporting Behavior
39' New England Antonio Mlinar Delamea Unsporting Behavior
89' New England Xavier Kouassi Unsporting Behavior

Box Score

Team Shots Shots on Goal Corners Offsides Possession (%) Saves
New England Revolution 18 6 15 2 52 3
D.C. United 12 6 7 2 48 5

New England Revolution lineup:

Cody Cropper; Kelyn Rowe (Daigo Kobayashi 90+1'), Antonio Mlinar Delamea, Joshua Smith, Andrew Farrell; Xavier Kouassi; Diego Fagundez, Scott Caldwell (Chris Tierney 67'); Lee Nguyen (Teal Bunbury 75'); Kei Kamara, Juan Agudelo

Unused Substitutes: Brad Knighton, Benjamin Angouya, London Woodberry, Femi Hollinger-Janzen

D.C. United lineup:

Bill Hamid; Max Tissot, Bobby Boswell, Kofi Opare, Sean Franklin; Jared Jeffrey; Lamar Neagle, Marcelo Sarvas (Luciano Acosta 77'), Ian Harkes, Lloyd Sam; Sébastien Le Toux (José Ortiz 74')

Unused Substitutes: Travis Worra, Julian Büscher, Jalen Robinson, Chris Odoi-Atsem, Taylor Kemp

Head Referee: Jose Carlos Rivero
Assistant Referees: Brian Poeschel, Jose Da Silva
Fourth Official: Alan Kelly