Revs re-sign goalkeeper Reis

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Revs re-sign goalkeeper Reis

New England Revolution goalkeeper Matt Reis has re-signed with the team, according to a press release.

Reis is a four-time MLS All-Star and holds nearly all of the team's career goalkeeping records, including goals against average (1.33), wins (80), saves (868), shutouts (55) and saves percentage (.725).

Matt has been one of our leaders, on and off the field, since coming to New England, and were pleased he will remain with us, said general manager Michael Burns. With him re-signing with us, we can continue to look toward his leadership and experience as we move into 2012.

Reis has been with the club for nine years and is tied for the record of longest tenure as a Revolution player in club history.

Terms of the contract will not be released, per club policy.

Late goal gives Orlando City 2-2 draw with Revolution

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Late goal gives Orlando City 2-2 draw with Revolution

FOXBORO -- Carlos Rivas tied it in the 90th minute and Orlando City survived New England's late chances in a 2-2 tie with the Revolution on Saturday night.

Rivas finished Cyle Larin's cross with a left-footed shot from the center of the box, and Orlando City goalkeeper Joe Bendik saved Donald Smith's close-range shot moments later. The Revs' Juan Agudelo hit the crossbar with a header in the final minute.

Agudelo entered as a substitute in 70th and scored on his first touch a minute later to give the Revolution (1-2-7) a 2-1 lead.

The Revolution opened the scoring in the seventh minute on Diego Fagundez's right-footed blast. Kevin Molino tied it for Orlando City (2-2-4) with a left-footed smash off a loose ball in the 30th minute.