Update: Scoreless draw. But according to this MLSsoccer.com report, former Sounder Freddie Ljungberg had a great chance to score for the Fire and botched it.
Here's the key paragraph:
Chicago, however, should have scored in the 48th minute. Designated Player Nery Castillo slipped fellow DP Freddie Ljungberg behind Toronto’s offside trap, allowing the Swedish forward to run to goal completely uninhibited. Ljungberg looked poised to put the Fire ahead, but he blew his one-on-one chance with Toronto goalkeeper Stefan Frei, sending his rolling shot wide of the right post.
Pregame: Interesting MLS schedule this week, with Wednesday, Thursday and Friday games leading into the weekend schedule. It starts tonight with a pretty big one in the Easter Conference race:
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Toronto FC at Chicago Fire, 5:30 p.m.Toronto FC are now winless in their last four league games, their longest winless run of the season. The Fire have allowed late goals in each of their last three games that have cost them points. They allowed the winning goals in the 85th minute in Houston and in stoppage time in Seattle, then Omar Gonzalez netted the equalizer for LA on Saturday.Toronto FC received some good news when Canadian national team boss released Dwayne De Rosario, Julian de Guzman and Nana Attakora to play against Chicago.On Friday, Brian McBride – who was the first No. 1 draft pick in Major League Soccer history – announced his retirement following the season.