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Discussion in 'New England Revolution' started by NFLPatriot, Nov 16, 2020.
This is certainly a fun game to watch!
Revs putting the pressure on but coming up short
Buksa is not good tonight
Any Extra time?
Montreal plays much better than their regular games...
2019 bou may have made that
Bou should have played Rennicks
Take the freaking shot!!!!
NE put lots of pressure on MI...Nail biting
It's nice to save Lee for late game chances
Holy shit that was dramatic! Good for Bou, well done
Damn ...what a shot! Philadelphia is waiting...kkkk
Montreal is so close but NE is luckier
I can breathe again.
Gil and Bou, both with screamers! Good for the Revs; a genuinely exciting game!
If the next match is in Hartford, I don’t suppose they allow spectators?
A couple weeks ago the did. Hopefully they do again if inter wins. Im 20 mins away
Great game by the Revs. They played really well as a team. The passing was excellent, and both goals were spectacular. I'm proud of the team.
After Tajon Buchanan had to leave the game with a knee injury, it seemed to throw the Revs off for about 15 to 20 minutes. I hope Tajon is alright. For instance, I hope it's not an ACL. I'll be thinking about him.
But good resilience by the team to collect itself and get that final goal. Great goal by Gustavo Bou, who also had an outstanding assist and really good game overall.
I agree he had rough moments, but he still forced two great saves out of Diop, and his work rate at the end forced Montreal to make mistakes/giveaways that led to our game-winning goal. His pressure created an attacking end throw-in and a poor clearance in the 95th minute, which ultimately helped lead to Bou's magical moment. He may not have always been good tonight, but he was impactful.
I dont know what game you watched. Buksa was excellent.
Last nights game against Montreal where he seemed to be a turnover machine
Typical Revs 2020 game, dominate on the field, but not on the scoreboard. Works against MON, but won't against PHI.
Still, nice to get first playoff win since 2014. On to Philly.