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Rookie Clint Dempsey leads makeshift Revs lineup in 1-1 tie against the Metrostars
East Rutherford, NJ. - The winless New England Revolution (0-2-1) were missing several key players to injury, but a goal by rookie Clint Dempsey gave them their first point in the standings with a 1-1 tie against the first place Metrostars. Despite missing defenders Carlos Llamosa and Rusty Pierce as well as playmaker Jose Cancela, the Revs managed to get a very good result on the road.

The Revs played with a makeshift back-line of Jay Heaps, Marshall Leonard, Brian Kamler and Shalrie Joseph. Their midfield was just as thrown together starting Joe-Max Moore, Clint Dempsey, Steve Ralston and Joe Franchino. Adin Brown was solid in goal as usual making 9 saves and earning Man of the Match honors. Pat Noonan and Taylor Twellman led the Revs attack up front.

The Revs came out energized and took the lead just 11 minutes into the match. Jay Heaps headed a Joe-Max Moore corner kick to Clint Dempsey, who one-timed a powerful shot past Metrostars goalie Jonny Walker for the first goal of his rookie campaign.

The Revs lead was short lived, however, as the Metrostars equalized just two minutes later. Jamaican International, Fabian Taylor sent an Eddie Gaven cross to Amado Guevara. Guevara sent a hard shot from near the edge of the box past Brown and into the upper-right corner of the net, tying the score at 1-1.

The Metrostars took control of the match after equalizing and forced Brown to make several saves as they outshot the Revs 10 to 3 in the first half. The Metrostars remained in control throughout the second half and forced Brown into two great saves on Joselito Vaca and Eddie Gaven in the 80th and 88th minutes, respectively.

Jay Heaps almost earned the Revs the full three points in the standings in the last seconds of stoppage time, when he received a Steve Ralston corner kick and sent a hard low shot that went just wide of the goal.

The Revs travel back to Foxboro as they host the Los Angeles Galaxy at 7:30PM on Saturday, May 1st.
April 25, 2004 Sean Donahue


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Colorado 3
Houston 1
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