All good things must come to an end. The Revs’ seven-game unbeaten streak, including five consecutive wins, was snapped by the Montreal Impact last Saturday. A pair of goals in the first half proved to be all that was needed for the Impact to seal the deal against the Revs. Hear head coach Jay Heaps’ thoughts about his side’s slow start to Saturday’s game in Craig Forde’s piece on MLSSoccer.com.
For a quick overview of Saturday’s match, including stats and insight into the Revs’ first loss since April 5 against D.C. United, check out Brian O’Connell’s Rapid Reaction on ESPNBoston.com.
Revs midfielder Lee Nguyen is being tipped as an early MVP candidate by fans and experts alike. Nguyen has been pulling the strings in the Revs’ midfield all season, adding five goals and an assist in the process. Kyle McCarthy catches up with Lee Nguyen in the Stoppage Time feature on Fox Sports.
The spotlight continues to shine brightly on Revolution midfielder Diego Fagundez. The 19-year old from Leominster , was the first Homegrown Player signed by the Revs back in 2010. Since entering MLS, Fagundez has scored 21 goals, including a handful of game-winners, all before graduating high school. Diego’s scoring touch and clutch performances have clinched him a spot on Nick Mallard’s list of the top 25 local athletes in the Sentinel and Enterprise.