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FC Cincinnati drops second match in a row with 2-0 loss to surging New England Revolution

Goals from Carles Gil in the 9th minute and Antonio Delamea in the 55th helped the Revolution avenge a loss to Cincinnati by the same scoreline back on March 23. 

CINCINNATI — FC Cincinnati fell at home Sunday night with a 2-0 loss to New England Revolution.

Goals from Carles Gil in the 9th minute and Antonio Delamea in the 55th helped the Revolution avenge a loss to Cincinnati by the same scoreline back on March 23. 

The result for FC Cincinnati (5-15-2, 17 points) comes three days after of the expansion side conceded three second-half goals in a 4-1 loss to D.C. United. Meanwhile, the victory means New England (8-8-6, 30 points) extends its unbeaten run in league play to 10 matches. New England has yet to register a loss since head coach Bruce Arena took over in mid-May. 

While Cincinnati improved late in the game, New England still registered statistical advantages in nearly every offensive category. And once again, a Cincinnati side with the worst offensive output in the league failed to crack an opposing defense.

Cincinnati remains at the bottom of the league table. The Revolution jumped into seventh — the final playoff position — in the Eastern Conference.

This is an early recap. Check back for updates.

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