FC Dallas edges Revolution in extra time, 1-0

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FC Dallas edges Revolution in extra time, 1-0

FRISCO, Texas Ugo Ihemelu scored in extra time to lift FC Dallas to a 1-0 win over the New England Revolution on Thursday night.

Ihemelu scored from inside the top left corner of the box in the 95th minute, taking a nice setup from Zach Loyd on a free kick from 25 yards out and heading it into the right corner.

The win snapped a three-game winless streak for FC Dallas (2-2-1), while New England (2-3-0) failed to win three straight games for the first time since August 2009.Dallas goalkeeper Kevin Hartman finished with three saves.

New England keeper Matt Reis made two stops in the final 10 minutes, stopping a close-range shot from Fabian Castillo in the 91st minute and leaping to punch away Brek Sheas right-footed volley from the top of the penalty box in the 87th. Reis finished with five saves.

Tierney: Revolution "gifted 3 goals" to FC Dallas in 4-2 loss

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Tierney: Revolution "gifted 3 goals" to FC Dallas in 4-2 loss

Chris Tierney joins Dalen Cuff and Ethan Zohn on Revolution Postgame Live to discuss the team’s struggles on defense against FC Dallas.

New England Revolution should’ve had more than two goals vs. FC Dallas

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New England Revolution should’ve had more than two goals vs. FC Dallas

Paul Mariner and Brad Feldman break down Kei Kamara’s and Juan Agudelo’s missed scoring opportunities during the New England Revolution’s 4-2 loss to FC Dallas.