New England Revolution Drop Game To The Chicago Fire
The New England Revolution lost to the Chicago Fire 4-1 on Saturday night at Toyota Park.
New England fell behind early with a Fire goal in the 8th minute but Kei Kamara was able to respond to tie it a 1-1 in the 24th minute of the match. The Fire though would come back with two more goals with one coming right before and after halftime.
Chicago scored its final goal late in this match with Luis Solignac making it a 4-1 game.
Kamara now has a three game scoring streak which is his longest since August of 2015 back when he was with the Columbus Crew Sc. He has four goals in those three games.
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New England returns to action next Saturday, August 12, when it hosts Vancouver Whitecaps FC at Gillette Stadium on Juan Agudelo Bobblehead Night. The match kicks off at 8:00 p.m. ET