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Fire settles for another tie in D.C.
Fire settles for another tie in D.C.

Despite falling short in picking up the first victory of the young season, Chicago Fire coach Frank Yallop saw many positives Saturday against D.C. United and was encouraged by earning a crucial point on the road. But for the third consecutive game, the Fire scored an early goal but could not hold the lead in a 2-2 tie in wet, slippery conditions at RFK Stadium. Quincy Amarikwa's strike in the 82nd minute salvaged the draw for the Fire, which is 0-1-3 this season. Jhon Kennedy Hurtado also scored for Chicago. Despite allowing two goals, Fire goalie Sean Johnson came up huge with six saves, including several from point-blank range. "From going up and going down in the...

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