Chicago 1 – MON 1: Plenty of goals but no win at SeatGeek Stadium

Chicago and MON effectively cancel each other out in a 1-1 draw
Dave Conor

Dave Conor

Dave is a highly dedicated, passionate writer. His coverages of MLS games come from the city of New York where he currently resides, although his heart is always with his favorite team – New England Revolution.

On Saturday, Chicago and MON were held to a 1-1 draw at SeatGeek Stadium. As it stands, Chicago are in 13th place on the table and has 5 points while MON sit in 6th with 9 points after 9 matches.

After a goalless first half,

MON took the initiative in the second half, thanks to Toye giving MON the lead, 87 minutes in. In the end though, their celebrations were kept brief, as Omsberg equalised for Chicago just before the final whistle. The final result, Chicago 1, MON 1.

For Chicago, Aliseda, Bornstein and Offor, came on for Gutierrez, Navarro and Berić. MON replaced Toye, Piette, Torres and Kizza with Ibrahim, Ahmed Hamdi, Mihailovic and Bassong.

The referee booked two players from MON, Camacho and Wanyama.

Technical card:
Chicago Fire: Bobby Shuttleworth, Calvo, Omsberg, Navarro (Bornstein, min.77), Sekulić, Medrán, Giménez, Stojanović, Gutierrez (Aliseda, min.59), Herbers and Berić (Offor, min.77)
Montréal: Diop, Camacho, Waterman, Struna, Wanyama, Ahmed Hamdi (Piette, min.60), Mihailovic (Torres, min.89), Bassong (Kizza, min.95), Brault-Guillard, Ibrahim (Toye, min.60) and Johnsen
Stadium: SeatGeek Stadium
Goals: Toye (0-1, min. 87) and Omsberg (1-1, min. 97)

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