New England Revolution 0, Columbus Crew SC 0


New England Revolution vs Columbus Crew


The New England Revolution and Columbus Crew SC struck up quite a nice little rivalry throughout the 2014 season, culminating in a physically grueling two-legged series in the Eastern Conference playoffs.

On Saturday the heated affair was renewed, but despite the return of US international Jermaine Jones for his first action of the season, neither team could break through on a windy day at Gillette Stadium. The match finished in a scoreless draw.

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Vancouver Whitecaps 2, Columbus Crew SC 2


Vancouver Whitecaps vs Columbus Crew SC


Early MLS pacesetters Vancouver Whitecaps increased their unbeaten streak to five games at BC Place on Wednesday night but had to be content with just a point after coming from behind twice to draw 2-2 with Columbus Crew SC.

In an entertaining, end-to-end match from start to finish, ‘Caps striker Octavio Rivero grabbed his fifth goal of the season in the first half to cancel out Kei Kamara’s opener. Kamara added a second for Columbus early in the second half before Darren Mattocks earned a point for the league leaders.

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Columbus Crew SC 1, New York Red Bulls 2


Columbus Crew vs Red Bull New York


Columbus Crew SC are familiar with winning games on long-range chips, but it was the New York Red Bulls who found a lofted winner to clinch their 2-1 victory over Columbus Saturday night.

The Red Bulls left a frigid MAPFRE Stadium victorious thanks to a historic floated effort from substitute Mike Grella, who netted a mere seconds after entering the match.

The 67th-minute goal was the Red Bulls' 1000th as a club, making them the fifth MLS side after the LA Galaxy, D.C. United, FC Dallas and Columbus to hit that mark.

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