CHICAGO (AP) — Brian White scored in extra time and the New York Red Bulls salvaged a 2-2 tie against the Chicago Fire on Saturday night.
White scored off a scrum in front in the 91st minute.
Chicago (5-8-6) appeared to take control of the match when Przemyslaw Frankowski scored in the 72nd minute for a 2-1 lead.
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Robert Beric tied it 1-all for the Fire in the 51st with a short tap-in near the right post off a feed from Boris Sekulic.
Kyle Duncan scored in the 39th minute to put the Red Bulls (8-8-4) up 1-0. After taking a pass from Jared Stoud, Duncan faked right, planted and then fired the ball with his left foot into the right side of the net.
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