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April 20, 2015

CHESTER, Pa. (AP) — Teal Bunbury had a goal and an assist after entering the game in the 61st minute and the New England Revolution beat the Philadelphia Union 2-1 on Sunday.

New England (3-2-2) extended its undefeated streak to five games.

Cristian Maidana struck a free kick that glanced off the post to give Philadelphia (1-4-3) a 1-0 lead in the 42nd minute. New England goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth had only conceded one goal in the last four matches.

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The Revolution's Charlie Davies tied it in the 64th minute. Bunbury beat his defender at the edge of the 18-yard box and delivered a ball to the far post where an unmarked Davies tapped it in. Bunbury put the Revolution in front 2-1 in the 76th minute. Diego Fagundez, a sub in the 71st, raced down the right sideline and placed a perfect cross to a striding Bunbury.

"I always try to contribute as much as I can, whether I'm starting or coming off the bench," Bunbury said. "It was a great effort from all of the guys. The whole 90 minutes, we didn't stop. I'm really proud of everybody."

New England's London Woodberry and Lee Nguyen helped Shuttleworth with goal-line clearances on consecutive shots in the 78th minute.