The New England Revolution came out after the interval with a 2-0 lead over the Los Angeles Galaxy, but if anyone thought that meant the Revs would take their collective feet off the gas, they would be sorely mistaken. After a long period of sustained pressure in which New England looked the dominant side, Saer Sene scored his second goal in as many games to put the match seemingly well in hand.
Ryan Guy received the ball wide on the right, and despite finding himself under pressure from several Galaxy players, the former St. Patrick's Athletic fan-favorite used some slick ball-work to dribble his way into space. The California native then picked his head up and played an excellent cross toward the center of the penalty area. Sene rose highest and managed to nod the ball home, though it looked as though it may have hit him in the shoulder as well.
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