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Recap | Early red card, late penalty sink Revs in 2-1 loss to New York City FC

New York, N.Y. – The New England Revolution (10-10-9, 39 pts.) fell to New York City FC (15-5-8, 53 pts.), 2-1, at Yankee Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Forward Juan Fernando Caicedo put New England on the front foot by scoring the game's opening goal in the second minute – the quickest goal by a Revolution player this season – but a red card to defender Antonio Delamea in the ninth minute left the visitors with 10 men for the remainder of the match. The Revolution, backed by 700 traveling Season Members, couldn't hold on, as New York City's Jesús Medina equalized in the 70th minute and converted the game-winning penalty in the 96th minute of play.