Columbus v. New England (Pictures)

In one of the most memorable games in recent history at Hunt Park, the Columbus Crew fought back from an early 2-0 deficit, went into halftime up 3-2, subbed goalies, gave up a penalty, and scored their fourth and game-winning goal in the 86th minute against the New England Revolution.

The 4-3 victory was mainly the doing of Federico Higuain and Jairo Arrieta.  Both scored two goals on Saturday night in different fashions.  Higuain placed two beautiful free kicks into each top corner of the goal, while Arrieta got behind the Revolution’s defense twice and finished nicely with each foot.

My views:

Massive Report captured many more pictures from the game.  They can be found here.

Be Massive.


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