FOXBORO, Mass. (AP) _ Dan Stebbins' goal in the 86th minute gave the Miami Fusion a 2-1 victory over the New England Revolution in a Major League Soccer match Sunday.

The victory lifted the Fusion (9-11) out of the Eastern Conference cellar and gave them a one-point advantage over the Revolution (6-15). The loss was the seventh straight at home for New England, which has won only two of its last 12 outings.

The victory was the first road game that Miami has taken in regulation and the first for coach Ivo Wortmann. He took over the team Friday, replacing Carlos Cordoba.

Miami got its game-winner when Stebbins headed in a free kick by Kris Kelderman from six yards out.

Miami, coming off a 3-0 loss to Columbus on Wednesday in the quarterfinal round of the U.S. Open Cup, opened the scoring in the fifth minute with a goal by Henry Gutierrez.

Taking advantage of a pulled-up New England defense, Paulinho McLaren put Gutierrez through on the left side of the New England area, where Gutierrez finished from about 16 yards for his second goal of the season.

Wortmann left Fusion midfielder Carlos Valderrama in Florida following a falling out between the two and decided not to start Stebbins, the team's leading scorer with six goals.

New England tied it in the 65th minute on a left-footed strike from 16 yards out by Imad Baba.

Miami stayed in the game in the opening half when David Winner, signed on Friday, made a sprawling stop on Baba along the right post at 26 minutes. In the 30th minute, a header by Ivan McKinley was parried over the top by Winner.