Kei Kamara's hat trick led New England Revolution to a 4-0 over Orlando City last weekend. The victory kept the hopes of Revolution alive as they humiliated Jason Kreis's men at Gillette Stadium. Lee Nguyen helped get the four goals as he provided four assists that gave the home team the crucial victory. However, Orlando City lost a player when center-back José Aja was given a second yellow for an aggressive challenge in the 80th minute. With this emphatic home win, the New England Revolution are eighth with thirty-two points, while Orlando City are tenth with thirty-one points.

Here's a Quick Match summary of the encounter:

New England Revolution outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Cody Cropper (seven points). Defenders - Andrew Farrell (7.1), Claude Dielna (7.1), Benjamin Angoua (7.4), Chris Tierney (6.10). Midfielder - Gershon Koffie (seven points), Scott Caldwell (seven points), Teal Bunbury (7.8), Juan Agudelo (6.7), Lee Nguyen (9.4). Forward - Kei Kamara (10.0). Used substitutes- Krisztián Németh (6.6), Xavier Kouassi (6.6).

Team's strength and weakness: The Revs created a high number of opportunities relative to their possession. Jay Heaps' side was strong at setting up goal bound chances from the flanks and through individual efforts.

They were strong at finishing. However, they gave away several free kicks within their half and were regularly caught offside.

Team style of play: New England Revolution largely launched attacks through the center midfield and played with width.

Orlando City SC outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Joe Bendik (6.1).

Defenders - Scott Sutter (six points), Léo Pereira (5,2), José Aja (5.1), Donny Toia (6.9). Midfielder - Antonio Nocerino (six points), Giles Barnes (six points), Dillon Powers (six points). Forward - Carlos Rivas (6.3), Dominic Dwyer (6.2). Used substitutes - Victor Pagliari Giro (5.6), Will Johnson (5.5), Tony Rocha (5.6).

Team's strength and weakness: Orlando City committed a lot of individual errors, they were too aggressive in their tackles and were apparently poor at finishing up chances

Team style of play: Jason Kreis's men favored long passes and long thrusts from the flanks. They attacked down the left side and played with width.

Man of the Match

New England Revolution striker Kei Kamara was absolutely in a superb form as he scored his first career MLS hat trick to seal the victory for the hosts. He attempted four shots on target and completed a total of forty-two touches.

What's next for the both clubs?

New England Revolution will once again play hosts to Montreal Impact on Saturday 9 September, while Orlando City Sc will travel to Washington to face struggling DC United at the RFK Stadium the same day.