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Revolution lose lead, draw with Galaxy

The Revolution had to settle for a 2-2 draw, and to top it off, Jermaine Jones left the game with a groin injury.
The Revolution had to settle for a 2-2 draw, and to top it off, Jermaine Jones left the game with a groin injury.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - Revolution coach Jay Heaps had a good feeling about his team's chances going into Sunday's game against the Galaxy. That feeling was only bolstered after his team scored inside of five minutes.

But it wasn't long before it all changed.

After Teal Bunbury put his squad up early, all the work the players and coaching staff undertook in the week leading up to the game quickly went to waste. As a result, the Revolution were forced to settle for a 2-2 draw that kept them out of the...

New England and Los Angeles tie in a rematch of the 2014 MLS Cup final

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The Los Angles Galaxy claimed a valuable road-point in a rainy Gillette Stadium after going behind to the New England Revolution.

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Diego Fagundez and Teal Bunbury scored in the New England Revolution's 2-2 tie with the Los Angeles Galaxy on a rainy Sunday night.

Jermaine Jones left in the 33rd minute because of a left groin injury. He stood and signaled to the bench for medical help, before going to the ground. He was able to slowly walk off under his own power.

New England is unbeaten in eight straight MLS home games this season, while Los Angeles is winless in its last 14 league road matches.

All...

MLS '14 conference finalists feature on Sunday - how are they doing in '15?

Watch Clint Dempsey, Michel, Javier Morales and more talk about their free kick techniques, what goes through their mind, and their preparations for the big moments.
Clint Dempsey, left, and the Seattle Sounders are currently MLS's top team, while Robbie Keane, right, and the LA Galaxy are struggling in 2015.

Sunday's nationally televised MLS slate just so happens to feature the four conference finalists from last season: The Seattle Sounders will host the New York Red Bulls in the undercard (5 p.m. ET, ESPN2/WatchESPN), with the nightcap featuring defending champion LA Galaxy against the New England Revolution in a rematch of the 2014 title game.

And with roughly a third of the new campaign now in the books, it's the perfect time to take a deeper look at the state of the four clubs, and how they are...

Revs downplay rematch with Galaxy

The Revs may have some extra motivation against the Galaxy after losing to them in last year's MLS Cup final.
The Revs may have some extra motivation against the Galaxy after losing to them in last year's MLS Cup final.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - It's being billed as a rematch of last year's MLS Cup final, but the Revolution aren't buying the hype surrounding Sunday's game against the LA Galaxy.

While the match carries enough intrigue to warrant a nationally-televised broadcast, Revolution striker Charlie Davies says he hasn't been thinking about what unfolded last December at the StubHub Center.

"It's a new season, and new teams," Davies said. "Our goal is to continue to play well and try to challenge for the Supporters'...