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Chicago Fire Defender Carlos Teran Blames Lack of Concentration for 2-Goal Collapse

The Fire held a 2-0 lead but allowed 3 goals in 20 minutes and dropped Saturday's match against Columbus.
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Chicago Fire defender Carlos Teran blamed the team's lack of concentration after losing 2-3 to Columbus Crew on Saturday at Soldier Field.

Despite an amazing first-half display by the Fire, they conceded three goals in 20 minutes in front of 15,157 home fans at the lakefront.

"I think we played well in the first half, it is sad we didn't win this game, it was just small concentration that we luck, in football you have to focus and we didn't do that and that is why we lost this game," Teran Carlos told On Tap Sports Net in an exclusive interview after the game.

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