FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Steve Ralston set up two goals and scored in the 93rd minute, leading the New England Revolution to a 4-0 victory over Chivas USA on Thursday night.

The victory was just the second in the last seven matches (2-3-2) for the Revolution (12-7-5), who moved into second place in the Eastern Conference.

Chivas USA (8-10-6) had its three-match (2-0-1) unbeaten streak snapped while getting shut out for the eighth time this season.

Ralston set up Taylor Twellman's 97th career goal, his sixth of the season, in the 53rd minute. Ralston, who now has 128 assists, beat Chivas' Jon Bornstein on a run into the right corner and chipped the ball back into the penalty box area where Twellman ran past Chivas' Paulo Nagamura for the winning shot.

Ralston also set up midfielder Jeff Larentowicz for the Revolution's second goal in the 84th minute. Larentowicz unleashed a 22-yard drive atop the right side of the penalty box area.

Ralston now has seven assists in 17 matches this season for New England. He scored his team-best seventh goal of the season in stoppage time.