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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Diego Fagundez scored late in the first half and the New England Revolution pulled away to beat Orlando City 3-0 on Saturday night.
The Revolution (11-9-7) had a number of chances throughout the first half, and Fagundez finally capitalized in the 43rd minute with a two-touch finish of Lee Nguyen's chip cross. It was Fagundez's second goal in two games.
Agudelo tapped in the end of a four-pass combination to double New England's lead in the 84th minute. Chris Tierney capped the scoring with a left-footed blast in the final minute.
Orlando City (7-13-8) struggled to maintain possession with Cyle Larin, Kaka and Darwin Ceren absent because of international service. Winless in six matches, Orlando has gone 533 minutes without one of its own players scoring.
New England extended its undefeated streak to six, with five victories during that stretch.
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