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Rowe scores twice in Revs' second victory
February 26th, 2012 6:07PM
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[DESERT DIAMOND CUP] Draft pick Kelyn Rowe scored two goals to lead the New England Revolution to a 2-0 win over the New York Red Bulls before 8,472 fans at the Desert Diamond Cup. The win was the second in two games for the Revs in Tucson. The Los Angeles Galaxy won its first game in Arizona with a 2-0 win over Real Salt Lake on a pair of late goals. For the Desert Diamond Cup summaries ...

Desert Diamond Cup
Feb. 25
Los Angeles 2 Real Salt Lake 0. Goal: Cardozo (unassisted) 81, Magee (Beckham) 87.
Los Angeles -- Saunders (Noble, 46), Jordan (DeLaGarza, 22), Boyens, Gaul, Murray, Jimenez (Davies 85), Walker (Beckham, 66), Juninho (Sarvas, 66), Magee, Cardozo, Buddle (McBean, 46).
Real Salt Lake -- Rimando, Beltran (Tanaka, 64), Olave (Cruz, 84), Schuler (Salcedo, 84), Wingert (Diogo de Almeida, 64), Alvarez, Beckerman (Velasquez, 64), Gil (Martinez, 81), Grabavoy, Paulo Jr. (Bonfigli, 64), Espindola (Arnoux, 73).

New England 2 New York 0. Goals: Rowe (unassisted) 77, Rowe (Sene) 84.
New England -- Reis, Tierney (Cruise, 67), Lozano (Lechner, 46), McCarthy, Barnes, Feilhaber, Simms (Campisi, 67), Joseph, Rowe, Cardenas (Smith, 46), Runstrom (Sene, 46).
New York -- Vuolo, Lade (Forko, 87), Conde (Alvarez, 35), Ruthven, Borrajo, Ballouchy, McCarty, Palsson, Barklage (Chirgadze, 87), Arteaga, Angulo (Hertzog, 46).



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