MLS: Toronto FC 0, New England 0 (tie)

June 15, 2011 at 10:11 PM

FOXBOROUGH, Mass., June 15 (UPI) -- New England's Rajko Lekic missed an open net from 10 yards out in the second half Wednesday, forcing the Revolution to settle for an 0-0 tie with Toronto.

Both sides have struggled through lackluster play for much of the season. New England (3-7-5) had lost its four previous matches. Toronto (2-5-9) has gone seven games without a victory.

Alan Gordon, who scored twice in Toronto's previous game, had a header cleared off the line by Kevin Alston. Lekic's miscue on a header attempt came in the 58th minute.

New England has managed just two goals in its last five outings.

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