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August 17. 2013 10:03PM

Manchester's Davies debuts as a sub in Revolution's 2-0 win

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Second-half goals from Juan Agudelo and Kelyn Rowe lifted the New England Revolution to a 2-0 win over the Chicago Fire on Saturday night.

The game also marked the debut of Manchester, N.H., native and former U.S. National Team member Charlie Davies, recently signed by the Revolution. Davies came on as a substitute in the 78th minute of the game, but was unable to get a shot on goal.

Revs keeper Matt Reis had three saves in the win for New England, which has 33 points and awaited the outcome of late games lasnt night for where it stands in the hunt for an Eastern Conference playoff spot.


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