BOSTON (CBS) — Following a scoreless draw against Toronto FC to close group play Tuesday morning, the New England Revolution are moving on to the Round of 16 in the MLS is Back tournament.

Both teams had chances to earn a win late in the match, but came up empty. New England’s Adam Buksaf and Brandon Bye each had scoring bids turned away by goalkeeper Alex Bono, while Revs goalkeeper Matt Turner turned away an Ayo Akinola breakaway in the 78th minute to deny the tournament’s top scorer.

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Turner finished the match with five saves.

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New England finishes the group stage unbeaten with a 1-0-2 mark, and extends its streak of matches without a loss to four (1-0-3). The Revs will now play the Philadelphia Union in the Round of 16 on Saturday, July 25, with the matching kicking off at 10:30 p.m.

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