MLS: Real Salt Lake 2, New England 1

May 8, 2013 at 10:33 PM

FOXBOROUGH, Mass., May 8 (UPI) -- Olmes Garcia scored on a rebound in the 90th minute Wednesday, giving Real Salt Lake a 2-1 decision over New England.

Salt Lake picked up three road points in dramatic fashion when Kyle Beckerman fired a one-timer that Bobby Shuttleworth was able to stop. Garcia, however, was there to blast home the rebound and improve Salt Lake to 5-4-2.

New England opened the scoring on Ryan Guy's goal in the 51st minute, but Devon Sandoval tied it in the 77th minute by grabbing a loose ball thanks to a defensive mistake by the Revolution.

New England had a chance to tie in stoppage time, but Nick Rimando was able to stop a penalty kick taken by Saer Sene.

The Revolution fell to 2-4-3 and remained in seventh place in the Eastern Conference.

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