Recap | Borrero scores stunner off the bench as Revs end 2022 slate with 1-1 draw at Fireplace

October 10, 2022

BRIDGEVIEW, Sick. – The New England Revolution (10-12-12; 34 pts.) concluded the 2022 MLS common season with a 1-1 draw towards Chicago Fireplace FC (10-15-9; 34 pts.) at SeatGeek Stadium on Sunday. Goalkeeper Djordje Petrović made 4 saves and midfielder Dylan Borerro secured his third purpose of the season in a 25-minute substitute look.

The Revolution recorded 4 photographs within the first half, two by Giacomo Vrioni, who narrowly missed broad on a chance simply 52 seconds into the competition. Vrioni was changed by Borrero within the sixty fifth minute, who broke the impasse within the 88th minute to place the Revolution forward. The 20-year-old Colombian winger collected a go from Brandon Bye and set a right-footed roller into the left-side panel for his third tally of the season. Bye’s help was his seventh of the 12 months, stage with DeJuan Jones for second on the crew and tied for fourth amongst all MLS defenders in 2022. Regardless of the late purpose, Chicago’s Alex Monis evened the rating within the 92nd minute to seal the draw.

New England goalkeeper Djordje Petrović completed the competition with 4 saves, bringing his season complete to 85 with a save share of 75.7, in keeping with Opta. That’s the second-best price in MLS this season (min. 30 saves) and the best for a Revolution goalkeeper since Matt Reis in 2009 (min. 40 saves). Petrović joins Reis (2006 and 2009) and Matt Turner (2021) as the one Revolution goalkeepers to complete a season with a save share of 75.0 or higher.

Bruce Area made two modifications to as we speak’s Beginning XI from final Saturday’s 2-1 win over Atlanta United FC, with Jones and midfielder Wilfrid Kaptoum returning to the lineup. Jones, who marked his a hundredth MLS common season look, noticed his first motion since Sept. 13.

The draw extends New England’s unbeaten streak towards Chicago to eight video games, with three wins and 5 attracts in that span. New England concludes the 2022 MLS common season in tenth place within the Jap Convention. The Revolution will miss the Audi MLS Cup Playoffs for the primary time since 2018.

  • Dylan Borrero tallied his third purpose in his twelfth look for New England. In his 25-minute shift, Borrero tied for the crew lead with three photographs and gained three of his 5 duels.
  • Brandon Bye registered an help on Borrero’s tally, his career-high seventh of the season to match DeJuan Jones’ membership report for many assists in a season by a defender. Bye additionally had a team-high 4 interceptions on protection.
  • Bye’s seven main assists are second most by a defender this season. With seven complete assists every, Bye and Jones are tied for fourth amongst all MLS defenders. 
  • Gustavo Bou (8g, 2a) finishes the season because the Revolution Golden Boot winner, the primary time he has claimed the award. Bou closed his last match of 2022 with two photographs on course and two probabilities created.
  • Carles Gil’s 116 probabilities created are the fifth most in a season since Opta started monitoring the statistic in 2013. Gil’s 130 probabilities created in 2021 stay probably the most in that 11-year span. 
  • Djordje Petrović’s 75.7 save share, per Opta, is the third-highest t season mark for a Revolution goalkeeper (min. 40 saves), and the most effective since Matt Reis posted 81.4 % in 2009. 
  • Petrović’s 75.7 save share finishes as second highest in MLS this season (min. 30 saves).
  • DeJuan Jones returned to the beginning lineup and picked up his a hundredth MLS common season look as we speak.
  • Nacho Gil began for the second consecutive contest, profitable a team-high 4 fouls and 6 of his 9 duels.
  • Henry Kessler recorded a team-best 10 clearances, matching his season excessive set on Might 15 at Atlanta and ending only one shy of a profession mark. 
  • Damian Rivera’s substitute look was the fortieth MLS look by a Revolution Homegrown Participant this season.
  • Bruce Area made two modifications to the Revolution Beginning XI from final Saturday’s 2-1 win over Atlanta United FC, with defender DeJuan Jones and midfielder Wilfrid Kaptoum beginning instead of Ryan Spaulding and Matt Polster (decrease leg).

New England Revolution 1, Chicago Fireplace FC 1
October 9, 2022 – SeatGeek Stadium (Bridgeview, Sick.)

Referee: Michael Radchuk
Assistant Referees: Andrew Bigelow (AR1), Tyler Wyrostek (AR2)
Fourth Official: Luis Arroyo
Video Assistant Referee: Chico Grajeda
Assistant Video Assistant Referee: Adam Wienckowski
Climate: 64 levels and clear.
Attendance: 14,357

Scoring Abstract: 
NE – Dylan Borrero 3 (Brandon Bye 7) 88’
CHI – Alex Monis 1 (Unassisted) 90’+2

Misconduct Abstract: 
CHI – Mauricio Pineda (Yellow Card – Tactical Foul) 18’
CHI – Chris Mueller (Yellow Card – Dangerous Foul) 44’
NE – Giacomo Vrioni (Yellow Card – Dangerous Foul) 57’
NE – Christian Makoun (Yellow Card – Dangerous Foul) 90’

New England Revolution: Djordje Petrović; Christian Makoun, Henry Kessler, Andrew Farrell, DeJuan Jones; Wilfrid Kaptoum (Christian Makoun 74’), Tommy McNamara; Gustavo Bou (Omar Gonzalez 90’+2), Carles Gil ©, Nacho Gil (Damian Rivera 74’); Giacomo Vrioni (Dylan Borrero 65’).

Substitutes Not Used: Brad Knighton, Jon Bell, Noel Buck, Emmanuel Boateng, Justin Rennicks.

Chicago Fireplace FC: Chris Brady; Boris Sekulić (Jhon Espinoza 79’), Carlos Terán, Kendall Burks, Miguel Angel Navarro; Federico Navarro, Mauricio Pineda (Sergio Oregel 79’); Brian Gutiérrez (Stanislav Ivanov 73’), Xherdan Shaqiri ©, Chris Mueller (Alex Monis 89’); Jhon Durán (Kacper Przybyłko 89’).

Substitutes Not Used: Spencer Richey, Jonathan Bornstein, Victor Bezerra, Javier Casas.

Full statistics out there HERE.

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