FOXBORO, Mass ( Associated Press) – Argentine forward Gustavo Bou scored a crucial goal in the New England Revolution’s 2-1 win over Minnesota United on Sunday.
Bau scored in the 69th minute to put Kranti 2-1 up.
Revolution also got a goal from Colombia midfielder Dylan Borrero.
Argentina’s Emanuele Reynoso scored for United.
Up Next for the Revolution is an away game against the Vancouver Whitecaps on Sunday, while United visit Inter Miami on Saturday.
In Atlanta, goalkeeper Rocco Ríos Novo, a 20-year-old who made his MLS debut, saved all three of his shots and Brazilian striker Luiz Araujo helped Atlanta United’s 2–0 win over Miami.
From Venezuelan attacker Josep Martínez – who also scored for United, United were never far behind when Araujo took a 1-0 lead after four minutes.
In New York, Tales Magno saved New York City FC’s 1–1 draw against Colorado Rapids.
Brazilian Magno equalized for NYCFC in the 72nd minute, a pass for a goal by Argentine midfielder Maxi Moralez.
Colombia forward Michael Barrios scored for the rapids.
And Graham Jussi’s goal in Nashville gave Sporting Kansas City a 2-1 win over Nashville.
Zusie’s game-winning goal came in the 51st minute to give Kansas City a 2-0 lead. Remy Walter helped with the goal.
Sporting also got a goal from Felipe Hernandez.
Ivorian striker AK Arnaud Loba gave a waiver for Nashville.