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Oct. 1, 2011 – Diego Fagundez makes first start. Revolution 1:2 Seattle Sounders at Gillette Stadium (Att.: 21,022)

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Diego Fagundez’ 35th-minute goal past Kasey Keller opened the scoring, then Fredy Montero (36th, 47th) countered as the Revolution (5W-14L-12D, 27 points) were eliminated from playoff contention. Fagundez, the smallest player on the field (he weighed 125 pounds) headed in a Benny Feilhaber corner kick.

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Fagundez, born Feb. 14, 1995, scored a goal in his first MLS appearance and his first start.

April 26, 2011 – D.C. United 2:3 Revolution, U.S. Open Cup at Boyds, Md. (Att.: 1,841)

Fagundez makes debut as 76th-minute substitute for Ousmane Dabo.

Aug. 6, 2011 – Revolution 2:3 Chivas USA at Gillette Stadium (Att.: 11,523)

Fagundez (16) became youngest scorer at Gillette. Fagundez replaced Zach Schilawski (66th), earning a penalty kick (69th) and scoring (86th).

Fagundez has totaled 38 MLS regular-season goals in 183 games, fifth on the all-time Revolution list. Chris Aduama photo

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