Apr 15, 2012; Bridgeview IL, USA; Houston Dynamo defender Andre Hainault (31) and Chicago Fire midfielder Sebastian Grazzini (10) go for the ball during the first half at Toyota Park. The game is temporarily suspended because of lightining. Mandatory Credit: David Banks-US PRESSWIRE
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The Fire started quickly as M Patrick Nyarko pilfered a lackadaisical Toronto FC defense and fed F Dominic Oduro the ball for a goal just 25 seconds into the game. The Toronto FC responded when M Reggie Lambe scored (36') on G Sean Johnson and then again (40') only moments later. The Fire hit back quickly with a D Gonzalo Segares goal that put the game at 2-2.
Then, with the second half underway, Patrick Nyarko again shocked the Toronto FC defense as he bolted by three defenders -- including G Milos Kocic -- to score the games decisive goal to put the score at 3-2. Here's a look at that goal:
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