MLS: New England Revolution beats Minnesota United

A 69th-minute goal from Gustavo Bou gave the New England Revolution a 2-1 win over Minnesota United on Sunday in front of 21,289 fans at Gillette Stadium.

This victory for New England (6-5-5) allows him to join CF Montreal in fifth place in the East. Both clubs have 23 points, but Montreal has played one less game.

Emanuel Reynoso put Minnesota (5-7-3) ahead in the 37th minute when he beat Djordje Petrovic on a penalty.

Dylan Borrero’s first of the season in the 53rd minute had allowed the Revolution to create equality.

United outscored the Revolution 12-9, with seven shots on goal to the Revolution’s three.

Djordje Petrovic stopped six of the seven shots he faced for the Revolution. Dayne St. Clair for his part saved one of the three shots he faced for United.

Next up for the Revolution is a Sunday game against the Vancouver Whitecaps on the road, while United play Inter Miami on Saturday.

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