By Tiffany Williams –
Saturday, the New England Revolution earned a point on the road in their fourth shutout of the season with a scoreless draw against the Columbus Crew at Lower.com Field New England was held scoreless for only the third time in 2022, tied for second fewest in the league through 21 games played and has now logged points in 11 of the last 13 matches. New England’s away record now moves to 2-5-4 on the season.
Giacomo Vrioni, New England’s newest acquisition, registered his Revolution and MLS debuts with a 23-minute shift off the bench. The 23-year-old Designated Player entered the match as a substitute in the 67th minute and recorded nine touches. Djordje Petrović made six saves en route to his second shutout of the season. The 23-year-old goalkeeper has collected results in six of his eight appearances as his record moves to 2-2-4.
Carles Gil, Saturday night surpassed 7,500 MLS minutes played. The reigning MLS MVP finished with a team-high three chances created to add to his MLS-leading total.
The Revolution will return home to Gillette Stadium on Saturday, July 30 for another critical Eastern Conference matchup against Toronto FC.