FOXBORO -- It’s often said that in soccer, it’s not the better team that always wins, but rather, the team that makes the fewest mistakes. And that idea certainly proved to be true on Sunday at Gillette Stadium.
Despite firing 22 shots and pocketing plenty of chances, the New England Revolution were doomed by a pair of critical errors in their 2-0 loss to the New York Red Bulls on Sunday.
“I don’t know the exact stats, but I don’t think they had a ton (of chances),” Revolution coach Jay Heaps said after the game. “Two set piece goals. We had chances to score goals and we didn’t.”