Chicago Fire FC’s winless streak was extended to 10 games on the road in Toronto, after losing 3-2 to their Eastern Conference rivals Toronto FC at the BMO Field.
The Fire’s performance on the day was touted as one of the best so far in the ongoing MLS, as the offense showed flashes of brilliance in the second half of the game.
Carlos Teran and striker Kacper Przybyłko were on target for Fire, but their two goals registered on the day couldn’t save Coach Ezra Hendrickson’s side as they are rock bottom of the Eastern conference with just 11 points.
The Chicago Fire return to Soldier Field on June 18 against struggling DC United on match day 15 of the MLS and will be aiming to end their losing streak in what has been an abysmal season so far.
Head Coach Ezra Hendrickson has come under intense pressure to change the teams dwindling fortune and a loss to DC United at home may see the fans calling for #EzraOut.
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