McNamara, Buchanan score 4 minutes apart in Revs’ win
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Tommy McNamara and Tajon Buchanan scored four minutes apart in the second half and the New England Revolution beat D.C. United 3-2 on Wednesday night.
New England (14-3-4) has won seven of its last eight games — with a draw — to stay atop the Supporters’ Shield race. D.C. United (8-9-3) lost to New England for the fifth straight time.
McNamara tied it at 1 in the 49th with a curling shot from distance. Buchanan scored the go-ahead goal in the 53rd, one-touching Emmanuel Boateng cross at the back post.
DeJuan Jones made it 3-1 in the 85th by calmly sending home a loose ball from the penalty spot.
Paul Arriola opened the scoring for United in the 10th by forcing a turnover near midfield and running past the defense to Edison Flores’ through ball for a calm finish.
Ramón Ábila capped the scoring for United in the 96th.
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