Danny Hoesen notched a brace thanks to scoring first in the 17th minute and tying the game at the 51st while Diego Fagundez scored for the Revs off a free kick in the 31st minute and Cristian Penilla in the 43rd minute with an assist from Fagundez, giving New England a brief lead into the half. The Quakes were able to salvage a 2-2 draw against the Revolution.
Facebook series – Quakes v Revoution. Photos by Nap Badillo. All Rights Reserved
The Quakes are on the World Cup international break and resume play June 23 at Real Salt Lake. Their next “home” match is the traditional Stanford holiday match at Stanford Stadium on June 30. Their next game at Avaya is another midweek game against Seattle on July 25 but not before a friendly up the road at Levi’s Stadium hosting venerable Manchester United on July 22. The Revs are also on the World Cup break and resume play on June 30 hosting DC United.
Update 6/14: Quakesfan link added.