FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida (NE REVOLUTION) – New England Revolution (1-4-1, 4 points) lost away, 3-2, to Inter Miami CF (1-4-1; 4 points) on Saturday. Home side Justin Rennicks scored his first goal of his career in the MLS in the 11th minute, and Carles Gil scored a penalty in the 67th minute, but a hat-trick by Leonardo Campane of Miami turned the score in favor of the hosts.
Rennicks opened the scoring for New England in the 11th minute when the Revolution Academy product scored its first MLS goal, sending DeJuan Jones ’cross shot home with a smart first touch. Arnór Traustason also scored on a goal assist. Miami’s Leonardo Campana leveled the score in the 17th minute, before adding his second goal in the 23rd minute to give the hosts a 2-1 lead at half-time.
As the Revolution struggled to get back into the match, Rennicks re-influenced as he ran behind the Miami defense and took a penalty after a serious foul in the area. Carles Gil buried the equalizer in the 67th minute for his team’s best third goal of the year, all from the penalty spot. However, Inter Miami withdrew the advantage late as Campana scored his third goal of the game in the 88th minute.
Revolution returns home next Saturday, April 16, while Charlotte FC visits Gillette Stadium for the first time. The match starts at 19:30 ET on WSBK-TV38, myRITV, 98.5 The Sports Hub, and 1260 AM Nossa Radio.