In The New England Revolution’s Victory Over Cincinnati, Emmanuel Boateng Receives One Assist

Emmanuel Boateng, a winger from Ghana, was outstanding during the New England Revolution’s 2-1 Major League Soccer (MLS) victory over FC Cincinnati on Saturday.

Boateng was instrumental in his team’s victory during the game at TQL Stadium.

Prior to the match, FC Cincinnati had a two-win, five-win, and three-draw record against the New England Revolution in their head-to-head history.

Giacomo Vrioni scored the second goal in the 41st minute with Boateng’s assist during his 81-minute stint as the game’s starter. With help from Carles Gil, Vrioni had opened the score in the 21st minute with a left-footed effort from outside the area.

In the 65th minute, FC Cincinnati equalized by a header from Yamil Asad, which was helped on by Luciano Acosta’s corner kick. But in the 69th minute, Obinna Nwobodo was shown his second yellow card for a serious foul, ending their hopes of a comeback.

Ghanaian defender Jonathan Mensah took Emmanuel Mensah’s place in the 81st minute.

With 12 games played, one goal scored, and two assists given thus far in the 2024 Major League Soccer season, Boateng, 30, has proven to be a crucial member of the New England Revolution.

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