New England Revolution for the first time this season registered a victory with a dramatic 5-2 success over Minnesota United FC at the Gillette Stadium on Saturday.
Sierra Leone international Kei Kamara opened his 2017 account in the 21st minute with his eight goals as a Revolution player and it was his 87th career MLS goal, second among active players.
Juan Agudelo scored two goals to lead the New England Revolution in a 5-2 rout of Minnesota United FC.
Lee Nguyen and Chris Tierney also scored for Revs who has won its last five home matches dating to last season.
Minnesota’s Collen Warner and Brent Kallman scored for the struggling visitors.
New England visits the Portland Timbers next Sunday.
By Alie Bittar @football_sierra @bittar32