Revs winless in six straight after 1-0 loss to Impact

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Revs winless in six straight after 1-0 loss to Impact

FOXBORO -- The New England Revolution didn't get many breaks on Sunday night at Gillette Stadium, and as a result of a dominating solo effort from Montreal's Sanna Nyassi in the second half, the Impact defeated the Revs 1-0 at Gillette Stadium.

In the 61st minute, Nyassi took the ball up the middle of the field -- and the length of the field -- by himself, and finished with a fancy "nutmeg" by putting the ball through A.J. Soares' legs and then unloading a bullet into the top-right corner of the net.

The Revs had plenty of chances both before and after that goal, but they didn't do anything more than hit the post and the cross bar.

New England is now winless in six straight games, with their last win coming on July 8.

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