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New England and San Jose earn points
June 19th, 2008 7AM
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[MLS] The New England Revolution extended its MLS-high unbeaten streak to seven games on Wednesday when it tied 1-1 at home against the Red Bulls. Despite losing Jason Hernandez to a red card shortly before halftime, the visiting San Jose Earthquakes held on for a 0-0 tie at Real Salt Lake, where fans booed the home team.

Called on to move up front after Adam Cristman was injured, veteran midfielder Steve Ralston converted the tying goal for the Revs -- his fourth goal of the season -- on a knockdown from Kheli Dube.

Seth Stammler had given the Red Bulls the lead with a goal in the 37th minute.

RSL had a 24-7 edge in shots, but its offensive problems continued. It has scored only one goal in three games in June.

GAME SUMMARY:
June 18 in Foxboro, N.E.
New England 1 New York 1
Goals: Stammler (van den Bergh, Conway) 37; Ralston (Dube, Heaps) 79.
New England -- Reis, Albright, Parkhurst, Heaps, Nyassi, Ralston, Joseph, Larentowicz, Castro (Thompson 40), Cristman (Phelan 71), Dube.
New York -- Conway, Freeman, Boyens, Mendes, Goldthwaite, Richards (Megaloudis 55), Magee (Sassano 89), Stammler, van den Bergh, Ubiparipovic, Echeverry (Wolyniec 62),

Yellow cards: New York -- Ubiparipovic 30, Stammler; New England -- Nyassi 57, Larentowicz 57.
Referee: Joe Caroccio.
Att.: 10,596.

June 18 in Salt Lake City, Utah
Real Salt Lake 0 San Jose 0.
Real Salt Lake -- Rimando, Beltran, Olave, Wingert, Borchers, Cordoba (Cutler, 67), Beckerman, Morales, Kovalenko, Findley, Deuchar (Nunez, 57).
San Jose -- Cannon, Denton, Hernandez, Riley, Gray, Corrales, Grabavoy, Guerrero (Cochrane, 51), O'Brien, Johnson, Cunliffe (Smarte, 61).
Yellow cards: Real Salt Lake -- Rimando 83; San Jose -- Hernandez 25, Hernandez 44, Grabavoy 78, Gray 81.
Red card: San Jose -- Hernandez 44.
Referee: Jasen Anno.
Att.:
10,333.

 

 



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