On this date in 1996 the New England Revolution hosted the Colorado Rapids at Foxboro Stadium. The match resulted in a 2-2 draw in front of 14,323 fans.
Scoring goals for the Revolution were Beto Naveda and Geoff Aunger. New England led 2-nil after Aunger’s 68th minute goal and conceded two goals in the final 15 minutes including one with two minutes to go in regulation.
Other May 25 matches: 2-0-2
2002: 3-2 win over LA Galaxy
Goal from Taylor Twellman, Steve Ralston, and Diego Serna
2013: 2-0 win over Toronto FC
Goal from a young Diego Fagundez, the second came from Juan Agudelo in the 93′ minute
2019: 1-1 draw vs D.C. United
Last match of Mike Lapper being the Interim Manager as Bruce Arena was on the sideline in LAGoal from Juan Agudelo in the 61st minuteThis was the match that Matt Turner leveled Wayne Rooney, caused the Revs to play a man down the stretch and concede the equalizer late.
Here is the play that led to Turner's red card. #DCU | #NEvDC pic.twitter.com/hvZgd4LKFE— dcunited (@dcunited) May 26, 2019
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