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New England Revolution roll over Montreal Impact in Foxborough

Four different goalscorers helped New England dominate Montreal.

Brad Friedel’s New England Revolution stretched their unbeaten run in Major League Soccer to four games by beating Montreal Impact 4-0 at Gillette Stadium.

The early dismissal of Montreal’s Saphir Taider for violent conduct preceded Teal Bunbury’s opener and New England were two goals up when Andrew Farrell struck in first-half stoppage time.

Diego Fagundez and Wilfried Zahibo, who had recorded his third assist of the season for Bunbury’s goal, notched after the break as the Revolution romped to a third victory in four outings.


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