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MLS Game Summary: New England 1 Columbus 2 (SO)
June 27th, 1996 12AM



June 27 in Foxboro, Mass.

New England 1 Columbus 2 (Columbus wins shootout 2-1). Goals: Welton (Aunger, Sawatzky) 77; Marino (Caligiuri) 20.

New England -- St. Andre, Okarah, Fraser, Wylie, Lalas, Naveda, Burns, Aunger, Chronopoulos, Keegan, Welton. Subs: Kerr for Naveda in 46th minute, Sawatzky for Chronopoulos in 74th.

Columbus -- Winner, Clark, Bliss, Watson, Caligiuri, Thompson, Warzycha, Khumalo, Michallik, Marino, Paz. Subs: Battelle for Bliss in 62nd minute, Cozier for Paz in 84th, Carrera for 89th.

Shootout: Columbus -- Thompson (NG -- saved), Marino (NG -- saved), Carrera (G), Cozier (NG -- wide left), Caligiuri (NG -- wide right), Clark (NG -- wide left), Warzycha (NG -- saved), Michallik (NG -- saved), Battelle (G); New England -- Welton (NG -- saved), Keegan (NG -- saved), Aunger (G), Kerr (NG -- wide right), Burns (NG -- saved), Sawatzky (NG -- saved), Fraser (NG --
saved), Okarah (NG -- wide right), Wylie (NG -- wide right).

Yellow cards: New England -- Aunger 50, Burns 70, Kerr 72; Columbus --
Winner (Shootout).

Referee: Zimmerman Boulos.

Att.: 15,209.

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