The 24-year-old notched a brace in New England’s 5-2 victory over Minnesota United FC at Gillette Stadium on Saturday to help the Revolution grab its first victory of the season (1-2-0, three points). The dominant performance was Agudelo’s third multi-goal game of his MLS career, while the five team goals marked the club’s highest scoring game since 2014. Dating back to last season, New England is now 5-0-0 in its last five contests in which Agudelo has scored.
The U.S. Men’s National Team player would strike again in the 40th minute to push New England’s lead to 4-1. Agudelo received a pass from Diego Fagundez on the left side of the field and made a run into the box, squeezing a right-footed shot through a myriad of defenders to complete his brace (Watch Goal).
The Revs next travel to face the Portland Timbers at Providence Park on Sunday, April 2 in a nationally televised matchup (9 p.m. ET, ESPN2/ESPN Deportes).