Joe-Max Moore scored twice and assisted on New England's third goal as the Revolution beat the Mutiny, 3-2, last night in Tampa.

Moore broke a 2-2 tie with a low shot from 16 yards that banked in off the left post in the 81st minute.

The two-time World Cup performer opened the scoring four minutes into the game and set up a goal by Jair in the 62nd minute that put New England ahead 2-1.

The Revolution won its fourth in five games despite the loss of midfielder John Harkes, who left with an injured left hamstring midway through the second half.

Pete Marino, a second-half substitute, tied the match at 2 in the 75th minute for Tampa Bay. Musa Shannon scored the Mutiny's other goal.

Moore put New England ahead 1-0 when he intercepted Chad McCarty's pass and scored from 12 yards.

The Mutiny tied it in the 34th minute when Shannon went around defender Brian Dunseth to score from point-blank range. Steve Trittschuh, acquired from Colorado on Tuesday, assisted.

FIRE 2, CLASH 0: Rookie goalkeeper Greg Sutton recorded a shutout in his first MLS appearance and host Chicago scored both of its goals while short-handed.

Chicago (7-6) had a three-game losing streak come to an end and got its third shutout of the season.

Sutton had five saves after replacing starting keeper Zach Thornton in the 23rd minute. Thornton was disqualified for a hand ball outside the box, receiving a red card for the first time in his MLS career.