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Revolution get 1st win of season, 2-1 over Minnesota United

Revolution get 1st win of season, 2-1 over Minnesota United

March 30, 2019 03:29 PM

Jalil Anibaba and Brandon Bye each scored to help the New England Revolution win their first game of the year, 2-1 over Minnesota United on Saturday.
    
New England (1-3-1) had just two combined goals in the previous three games - all losses.
    
Anibaba gave New England a 1-0 lead in the 10th minute on a diving header at the back post that went off the hand of goalkeeper Vito Mannone. Bye made it 2-1 in the 62nd minute with a sliding finish of Teal Bunbury's shot across goal to the far post.
    
The Minnesota (2-2-0) goal came after a video review of a potential handball in the box, ending in Darwin Quintero's penalty kick that got Cody Cropper diving the wrong way in the 26th minute.
 

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