Chicago Fire Draws Tie with Houston Dynamo in MLS Action

The Chicago Fire played the Houston Dynamo Sunday night in a match that was called in the 66th due to inclement weather of heavy rains and lightning. The competitive match ended up in a1-1 draw.

Not bad considering the Fire played against the reigning MLS Eastern Conference champions. When you also add on a 70-minute weather delay early in the match, any team would have completely packed it in.

Not the Fire.

After Chicago 'keeper Sean Johnson was unable to stop a goal by Dynamo forward Will Bruin in the 24th minute, Fire midfielder Logan Pause quickly responded with a goal of his own three minutes later. Pause's deflection carried over Houston goalkeeper Tally Hall to even the Fire.

Plenty to discuss after the game, including a ton of optimism coming from the coaches and players.

Fire assistant coach Leo Percovich praised the “aggression” of the team, while going on to say that he felt that the Fire would have wo...

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