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Recap | Revs grind out 0-0 draw to claim hard-fought road point in Montreal

MONTREAL – The New England Revolution (3-8-3, 12 pts.) drew the Montreal Impact, 0-0, before a crowd of 15,559 at Stade Saputo in the teams’ Saturday matinee. In Interim Head Coach Mike Lapper's second game in charge, the Revolution grabbed an important road point before next week’s home meeting with D.C. United on Saturday, May 25.

The Revolution defense earned the team’s first shutout of the season in the scoreless draw, allowing a season-low two shots on target in the process. Defender Jalil Anibaba prevented a 33rd-minute Montreal goal with a goal-line clearance, and his seven clearances on the day were vital in the Revs’ performance.