Chicago had 9 attempts on goal in the game, but only 3 of those shots proved on target, and G Matt Reis swallowed up each of those volleys. The Revolution, meanwhile, had 15 shots on the Fire goal, led by M Benny Feilhaber and F Saer Sene with three shots each and one shot on goal each.
The Fire defense and G Sean Johnson held strong through much of the game, but, in the waning seconds of the 68th minute, M Kelyn Rowe broke through the Fire for a game-changing first goal:
Failhaber added another goal in the 73rd minute, sealing the Chicago loss at 2-0.
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