Last weekend's Major League Soccer saw New England Revolution narrowly beat Toronto Fc 2-1 at Gillette Stadium. Lee Nguyen (82') and Kei Kamara (86') late goals gave New England the crucial home win. However, right back Nicolas Hasler tied up the scoreline for TFC just two minutes after Lee Nguyen opened the scoring for Revolution, but the visitors couldn't hold on to the stalemate when Kei Kamara doubled the lead minutes before stoppage time.

The victory was Revolution's first under interim manager Tom Soehn, who took over from Jay Heaps last week.

Despite this defeat, Toronto FC remains leaders of the Eastern standings, while New England Revolution is eighth with thirty-eight points. Here's the match recap.

New England Revolution outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Cody Cropper (6.34). Defender - Benjamin Angoua (seven points), Claude Dielna (6.68), Antonio Mlinar Delamea (7.17), Chris Tierney (7.05). Midfielder - Teal Bunbury (6.20), Gershon Koffie (7.38), Scott Caldwell (6.17), Diego Fagundez (6.47), Juan Agudelo 8.10). Forward - Kei Kamara (7.28). Used substitutes - Je-Vaughn Watson (six points), Lee Nguyen (8.09), Xavier Kouassi (6.15).

Team's strength and weakness: Tom Soehn's side was good at setting up chances in front of goal from long range strikes and solid at finishing.

However, they often lost possession to Toronto FC.

Style of play: New England Revolution held more possession on TFC's half and largely attacked through the right wing.

Toronto FC outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Clint Irwin (6.38). Defender - Steven Beitashour (6.37), Drew Moor (6.38), Justin Morrow (seven points), Nicolas Hasler (7.85), Raheem Edwards (7.36).

Midfielder - Jonathan Osorio (6.28), Michael Bradley (6.77), Marco Delgado (6.43), Víctor Vázquez (6.42). Forward - Tosaint Ricketts (6.20). Used substitutes - Jordan Hamilton (5.54), Jay Chapman (5.56), Armando Cooper (5.90).

Team's strength and weakness: Toronto FC showed no significant strengths or weaknesses throughout the game

Style of play: Greg Vanney's side launched attacks through the left side, dominated possession and favored short passes.

Who is the Man of the Match?

Attacking midfielder Juan Agudelo's performances against TFC was impressive. Agudelo made two key passes from the midfield and completed sixty-three touches.

Upcoming fixtures for both teams

New England Revolution will face Orlando City on the road on Thursday 28. October 1, Toronto FC will play host to New York Red Bulls.