New England Revolution Fall 4-2 Against New York City FC

By Tiffany Williams – 

Saturday afternoon at Yankee Stadium in New York City, New England Revolution saw their undefeated streak end at 10 games with a 4-2 loss against New York City FC. 

Revolution forward Gustavo Bou scored twice to give him six goals in the last seven games. However, the Revolution could not overcome a tumultuous first half that featured three first-half penalty kicks awarded to the hosts and a red card ejection of Andrew Farrell. 

Bou has now totaled 37 goals since debuting for the Revolution in July 2019, including playoffs, the third most in MLS over that span. His 35 regular season goals are tied with Juan Agudelo for ninth in club history. 

On Gustavo Bou’s performance, Revolution Sporting Director and Head Coach Bruce Arena said “Well, Gustavo [Bou] had a real good day.’ 

The Revolution will continue the three-game road swing next Saturday, July 16 against the Philadelphia Union.

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