Talles Magno scored in the 80th minute to salvage a 1-1 draw for New York City FC ‘at the New England Revolution in Foxborough, Mass. on Saturday night.

It was the first point the Cityzens ever recorded in Foxborough.

Magno put in a Gabriel Pereira assist off a corner kick for his second goal of the MLS season after Carles Gil gave the hosts a 1-0 lead in the 70th minute before 18,521 spectators.

The Revolution moved to 4-1-1 and 13 points, NYCFC played New York City FC to 2-2-2 and 8 points.

“It was the game I expected,” NYCFC head coach Nick Cushing said. “We knew it was never going to be easy here. I’m really pleased with the performance. We played well, we dictated large parts of the game. I thought we could have been cleaner in our attacks at times. Sometimes we were on the sides because of their [New England Revolution] diamond [formation]. We are really pleased to get a point on the road at New England and pleased that we probably could have gone and won the game.”

“I think you can see guys that aren’t happy about not getting results. We lost last week in a match where we felt that we should have gotten a result in but to come here and get a point is an excellent result.”

Midfielder James Sands captained the team for the first time.

NYCFC forward Gabe Segal made his MLS Debut after arriving to New York off waivers from FC Köln after joining from Stanford University this past offseason.