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MLS: Philadelphia 2, New England 1

Aug. 28, 2010 at 10:37 PM

FOXBOROUGH, Mass., Aug. 28 (UPI) -- Justin Mapp scored the game-winner in stoppage time and added an assist Saturday in Philadelphia's 2-1 victory over New England.

Mapp, a second-half substitute, led a furious Union comeback after it seemed the Revolution had the game under control.

The Union (5-11-5) tied it in the 82nd minute when Jack McInerney volleyed home a perfect service from Mapp into the area.

And Mapp notched the 92nd-minute winner when he got the ball at the top of the area before one-timing his first goal of the season past New England goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth.

The Revolution (6-12-3) scored in the 31st minute when Ilija Stolica kicked home a loose ball after Marko Perovic's corner kick.

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