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Diego Fagundez becomes youngest to score 25 career MLS goals, Revolution beat Union 1-0

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CHESTER, Pennsylvania — became the youngest player to score 25 career MLS goals and the New England Revolution beat the Philadelphia Union 1-0 on Saturday for their third straight victory.

Fagundez, who is 20 years, 6 months, 15 days old, signed with the Revolution on Nov. 15, 2010, and is in his fifth MLS season.

The Revolution (10-9-7) scored in the 51st minute when flicked a leading pass to Fagundez, who drove to the top of the area and cut it back inside the left post.

Referee Chris Penso showed a red card for violent conduct in the 94th minute.

The Union (7-13-6) missed an opportunity to move into an Eastern Conference playoff position, starting the game one point behind three teams tied for the sixth and final slot.

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