Mon, Oct 14, 2019

The New England Revolution started the regular season 2-8-2. They’ll end the regular season with a spot in the playoffs. After adding Bruce Arena as coach and bringing in striker Gustavo Bou, the Revolution clinched a playoff spot on Sunday with a 2-0 win over NYCFC. Teal Bunbury scored the winner in the 66th minute and Bou finished the game off with a goal in the 89th minute, securing at worst the last playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. New England could still finish as high as fifth with a game to go. 

Bou’s late goal came on an absolutely ridiculous chip from way outside the box. Take a look:

What a goal, and what a moment to clinch a spot in the playoffs. Later in the day’s action, Real Salt Lake also clinched by beating the Houston Dynamo 2-1.

Now, all that’s left are two spots in the Western Conference to be decided next weekend.


  • D.C. United 0, NY Red Bulls 0
  • Atlanta United 1, Montreal Impact 1
  • New England Revolution 2, NYCFC 0
  • Chicago Fire 2, Toronto FC 2
  • Orlando City 1, FC Cincinnati 1
  • Columbus 2, Philadelphia 0
  • Minnesota United 1, LAFC 1
  • Colorado 3, FC Dallas 0
  • Vancouver Whitecaps 4, LA Galaxy 3
  • Seattle Sounders 1, San Jose Earthquakes 0
  • Real Salt Lake 2, Houston Dynamo 1
  • Portland Timbers 2 Sporting KC 2

Here’s a look at the teams that already clinched a playoff spot and the ones that clinched on Sunday.

Teams that had already clinched:

  • LAFC
  • Minnesota United
  • Philadelphia Union
  • LA Galaxy
  • Atlanta United
  • Seattle Sounders
  • New York Red Bulls
  • Toronto FC

Teams that clinched a playoff spot on Sunday:

  • New England Revolution

Next Sunday, the regular season comes to a close with all the teams in action. You can see select MLS matches on fuboTV (Try for free). 

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