It was a poor first half from the Dynamo, but even though the second half improved, it was far from enough to get a positive result
by: Hannah Drosdick — MLS: Orlando City SC 21 Sep
A roller coaster. A fair description of Saturday’s win over Chicago. That is the exact phrasing Head Coach Oscar Pareja used after his side gutted out a 4-1 win over the Fire in front of a limited crowd at Exploria Stadium this past weekend. Gutted...
by: Jonathan SigalContributor — MLS: MLS Insider 20 Sep
On paper, Chicago Fire FC had plenty of moments to earn a positive result Saturday night when visiting Orlando City SC. But the odds weren’t in their favor in the 4-1 defeat, leaving head coach Raphael Wicky to rue the pattern that's emerged as they...
by: Michael Citro — SB Nation: The Mane Land 20 Sep
Nani and Chris Mueller starred again as the Lions finally got a home win over the Chicago Fire, running their unbeaten streak to six games.
by: Ruben Tisch — SB Nation: Hot Time In Old Town 20 Sep
After a game like that, it’s really hard to pick a man of the match. Despite once again playing like the better team for long stretches, everything seemed to go wrong at the worst possible moment....
by: Ben_Miller — SB Nation: The Mane Land 18 Sep
Orlando will try to stretch its unbeaten streak to six games.
by: Ruben Tisch — SB Nation: Hot Time In Old Town 12 Sep
Robert Beric is our Man of the Match, and it wasn’t a particularly contentious discussion, either. He finally broke through after weeks of ineffective play with a goal and an assist, both of which...
by: ColumbusCrewSC.com — MLS: Columbus Crew 11 Sep
Crew going for 9th shutout in first 11 games.
by: Sun-Times wires — Chicago Sun-Times 7 Sep
The Fire outshot the Revs 17-9 and won the possession battle 62%-38% but couldn’t capitalize on several scoring chances.
by: Chicago Fire Communications — MLS: Chicago Fire 7 Sep
CHICAGO (Sept. 6, 2020) - Chicago Fire FC (2-6-2, 8 points) fell 2-1 to the New England Revolution (3-2-5, 14 points) at Soldier Field on Sunday night. New England took an early lead in the third minute after a poor clearance from the Fire backline...
by: The Washington Times http://www.washingtontimes.com — The Washington Times 7 Sep
Teal Bunbury scored twice in the New England Revolution's 2-1 victory over the Chicago Fire on Sunday night.