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Rapids 2, Revolution 1

May 2, 1999

FOXBORO, Mass. (AP) _ Wolde Harris scored in the 82nd minute Saturday night to give the Colorado Rapids a 2-1 victory over the New England Revolution.

Colorado, which hadn’t played since April 17, having its last home match postponed in recognition of the Columbine High School massacre in Littleton, Colo., won its third straight after starting the season 0-2.

The Revolution, whose previous losses had all been in shootouts, fell to 2-4, and is winless in all three home matches.

Colorado took the lead in the seventh minute of the first half when Jorge Dely Valdes scored off a through ball by Paul Bravo, splitting New England defenders Brian Dunseth and Dan Calichman with a 12-yard shot to the far left corner past goalkeeper Walter Zenga.

Joe-Max Moore countered in the 20th minute by one-skipping a direct free kick from 30 yards out around the right side of a wall of five Colorado defenders and by goalkeeper Marcus Hahnemann.

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