The Chicago Fire (2-1-2) managed to keep the Toronto FC (0-6-0) silent in the second half of Saturday's match, giving the Fire their second win of the season on a 3-2 final score.
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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