FOXBOROUGH, MA — The Revolution (3-5-2, 11 points) thought it had the victory secured when Adam Buksa put the Revolution ahead 2-1 in the 82nd minute but Hurtado, who entered in the 84th minute, converted a cross by Derrick Etienne Jr., who assisted both goals for the Crew (3-3-4, 13 points).Miguel Berry gave Columbus the lead in the 27th minute. Berry scored his first goal since the season opener vs. Vancouver on Feb. 26.
Pedro Santos from his left-back position led the transition into the final third and found Etienne on the left-wing. Berry made a run to the middle of the box to get inside Andrew Farrell to slot the pass from Etienne.
Etienne, a midfielder who is second on the team with three goals, moved to right-back when Marlon Hairston was scratched from the starting lineup with an undisclosed injury.The Crew plays in New York City on May 14.