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Charlie Davies scores winner, Revolution rally to beat Fire 2-1


FOXBOROUGH, Massachusetts — Charlie Davies scored the go-ahead goal in the 60th minute in the New England Revolution's 2-1 victory over the Chicago Fire on Sunday night.

Jermaine Jones maneuvered through a seam up the middle of the Chicago (5-7-14) defense and passed forward to Davies to create the opportunity for New England (12-12-3).

Davies smashed it home just 2 minutes after he entered the game as a substitute for Patrick Mullins.

Diego Fagundez pulled the Revs even at 1 on a header in the 41st minute.

Sanna Nyassi gave the Fire a 1-0 lead on a header in the 28th minute off Quincy Amarikwa's cross.

Sean Johnson made back-to-back diving saves in the 58th minute for the Fire.

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