Revs M Feilhaber named to U.S. National Team

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Revs M Feilhaber named to U.S. National Team

New England Revolution midfielder Benny Feilhaber has been on the team for a little over a month now, having been added to the roster through Major League Soccer's Allocation Process on April 19. But the member of the U.S. 2010 FIFA World Cup team and the 2008 U.S. Olympic team has been selected to the U.S. National Team for its match against Spain and for the Gold Cup.

Feilhaber, one of 23 players selected to the U.S. National Team, will join them in training camp in Cary, NC on Sunday, May 29. In doing so, he'll miss at least two Revs matches -- at Dallas on June 4 and at New York on June 10.

Feilhaber may be missing the game in Dallas, but he'll be playing here in New England at Gillette Stadium that very same day. The U.S. National Team goes up against defending FIFA World Cup champion Spain before play begins in the CONCACAF Gold Cup, between the dates of June 5 to June 25.

If the U.S. team advances to the knock out stages, he could miss a handful of more games as well.

Feilhaber will be missed, as he's played every minute of every game since joining the team, posting one assist in that time.

He's just one of seven MLS players selected to the 2011 Gold Cup roster -- the other 16 come from overseas club teams.

Back in 2007, Feilhaber scored the game-winning goal in the final of the Gold Cup against Mexico in Chicago.

Lee Nguyen, Teal Bunbury help Revolution beat Galaxy 4-3

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Lee Nguyen, Teal Bunbury help Revolution beat Galaxy 4-3

Teal Bunbury scored twice, Diego Fagundez had three assists and the New England Revolution beat the Los Angeles Galaxy 4-3 on Saturday night to snap a four-game losing streak.

Bunbury gave New England (6-9-5) a 3-2 lead in the 70th. His pass down the right side led Kelyn Rowe, who played a perfect cross to a charging Bunbury for a header from the top of the 6-yard box.

Lee Nguyen opened the scoring for Revolution in the 16th, but Daniel Steres tied it in the 22nd. Kei Kamara put New England back on top going into halftime, and Steres made it 2-2 in the 53rd minute.

Bunbury's second goal put New England up 4-2 in the 73rd and Ariel Lassiter added a goal for the Galaxy in the 79th.

Los Angeles (6-10-4) has lost five in a row and has just one win in its last eight games.