Adam Buksa and Tajon Buchanan each scored first-half goals and the New England Revolution upset the top-seeded Philadelphia Union 2-0 on Tuesday in a Major League Soccer Eastern Conference quarterfinal match at Chester, Pa.
New England had been 0-4-1 against Philadelphia this season.
The Union, who won the Supporters' Shield as MLS' top regular-season team for the first time in franchise history, lost at home for the first time this season. In the regular season, the Union went 9-0-0 at home while allowing only four goals.
Even with MLS Goalkeeper of the Year Andre Blake back from a fractured right hand, it wasn't enough of a spark for the Union to advance.
Philadelphia looked out of sync on offense over the first 25 minutes, producing no shots on goal.
New England took advantage in the 26th minute when Buksa headed in a free kick from Gil for a 1-0 lead.
In the 30th minute, the Revolution went ahead 2-0 when Buchanan -- the No. 9 overall pick in the 2019 MLS SuperDraft -- dribbled in all alone and sent a right-footed shot past Blake.
Gil nearly gave the Revolution a three-goal lead in the 52nd minute when he chipped a shot directly off the crossbar.
Second-half substitute Ilsinho infused some energy into the Union and was fouled in the 64th minute, which resulted in a free kick. However, Przybylko headed the kick straight to Turner.
From there, the Union created very little offensive pressure through the end of regulation and five minutes of stoppage time.
When it was over, the Revolution celebrated a second consecutive playoff victory. They beat the ninth-seeded Montreal Impact 2-1 on Friday in the play-in round.