FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (CBS/AP) — Teal Bunbury and Gustavo Bou scored, Matt Turner had his second consecutive shutout and the New England Revolution beat New York City FC 2-0 on Sunday to earn a playoff spot.

New York City clinched the top seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs after the game when the Columbus Crew beat the Philadelphia Union 2-0.

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Turner finished with six saves, including a diving stop in the 54th minute, a leaping one-handed save in the 63rd and another diving save in the 85th.

Teal Bunbury gave the Revolution a 1-0 lead in the 66th minute. Penilla cut back to evade a defender on the right side and then rolled a pass to a charging Bunbury who chipped a bending first-timer into the corner of the net.

Gustavo Bou lobbed a shot from 30 yards outs over the outstretched hand of goalkeeper Sean Johnson into the net to cap the scoring in the 89th.

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It has been quite the turnaround for New England (11-10-12), as the Revs have just one loss in their last nine games. After opening the season with a 2-8-2 record, the Revolution have gone 9-2-10 to secure their first postseason berth since 2015. That run included an 11-game unbeaten streak from May 11 through July 27, tying a club record.

They now head into the postseason with the league’s all-time leader in postseason coaching wins in Bruce Arena, who has five MLS Cup titles to his name.

New England’s first-round opponent will be determined after next weekend’s regular season finale at Atlanta United. The Revolution could jump as high as sixth place in the standings before the postseason begins.

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