ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Matt Polster scored within the first half, Wilfrid Kaptoum and defender Henry Kessler added second-half scores and the New England Revolution breezed to a 3-0 victory over Orlando City SC on Saturday.
Polster’s netter within the twentieth minute was all goalkeeper Djordje Petrovic wanted for New England (7-7-9). Petrovic completed with three saves to notch a clear sheet. Kaptoum scored within the 51st minute and Kessler capped the scoring within the seventy fifth.
Kaptoum and Kessler each scored for the primary time this season. Polster’s purpose was his second.
Orlando City outshot New England 18-11, however the Revolution had a 5-3 benefit in pictures on purpose.
Pedro Gallese had two saves for Orlando (8-10-6).
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