PORTLAND, Ore. – The New England Revolution (10-10-12, 42 pts.) secured a critical point at Providence Park on Wednesday evening, rallying back from a two-goal deficit to draw the Portland Timbers (13-13-6, 45 pts.), 2-2. Forward Gustavo Bou pulled the Revolution within one in the 87th minute with his eighth goal of the season, before Carles Gil converted a stoppage-time penalty kick in the 97th minute. With two games remaining, the result brings the Revolution within three points of clinching a berth in the Audi 2019 MLS Cup Playoffs, as New England prepares to face New York City FC at Gillette Stadium on Sunday, Sept.