MLS: No master between the Revolution and Atlanta United FC


Despite good times on either side, the New England Revolution and Atlanta United FC were unable to relish victory on Sunday afternoon at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

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Indeed, the two clubs had to settle for a 2-2 draw.

The crowd favorites were the first to get on the mark in the 15th minute. Thiago Almada unleashed a cannonball, while he was a few feet from the penalty area. It was the second Major League Soccer (MLS) net that was acquired for the staggering sum of $16 million.

The “Revs” leveled the score fifteen minutes later, via the foot of Adam Buksa. The Pole beat goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth by passing the ball between his legs.

The player of the hour in the New England club had not said his last word, since he again moved the ropes in the 55th minute. Buksa has scored an impressive eight goals in his last six outings in all competitions.

It was Luiz Araujo who gave Atlanta United FC at least one point. In the 63rd minute, the 25-year-old Brazilian snuck deep into the opposition’s territory and completed the job with a fine strike from the right.



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