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Player Ratings: New England 0-0 RSL

No goals, but a valuable point.

MLS: Real Salt Lake at New England Revolution Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

Andrew Putna - 5.5 Putna was able to make a few saves and overall did what he needed to do. He took a risk in the 86th minute by trying to punch the ball away. When he missed, RSL was lucky that the Revs didn’t score.

Aaron Herrera - 6 Herrera broke up some plays and maintained his composure throughout the match to limit a sneaky Revolution attack.

Marcelo Silva - 6.5 Silva was the best defender on the night. He had some really timely, tough tackles that led to the fans yelling in frustration.

Erik Holt - 5.5 Holt had a couple shaky moments, but also had some well-timed steps to thwart some advances at goal.

Brooks Lennon - 6 Lennon was one of the bright spots for RSL on the road. He was in good positions on defense and connected well moving up the field for the most part.

Justin Portillo - 4.5 Portillo had a really quiet game and was unable to get very involved.

Kelyn Rowe - 6.5 Rowe was the Man of the Match for RSL in his return to his old stomping grounds. He was RSL’s most dangerous player on offense with a couple tricky shots that Turner was barely able to handle.

Damir Kreilach - 6 Kreilalch played selflessly and had a couple of half chances to score. He played the leadership role on the field.

Bofo Saucedo - 5 Outside of his pass to Rowe that was a decent look, Saucedo did not make many highlights.

Corey Baird - 6.5 Nearly all of RSL’s chances to score involved Baird. He connected well up front and used his speed well.

Sam Johnson - 5.5 Johnson had a shot that went just wide and a couple other shots that were never destined to go in.


Luke Mulholland - 5 Luke cam on and helped lock down the road point for RSL with some good defense and pressure relief.

Tate Schmitt - N/A

Everton Luiz - N/A