Quick and Filthy: Mostly Good

Second part of the catch up as we look at Chicago vs New England 10/16/16. A game the Revolution desperately needed to win.

The Fire open the scoring after a solid string of passes ends up with Alvarez to Accam back to Alvarez who slots it to de Leeuw who deftly finishes in the upper corner. Absolutely atrocious man marking from New England. de Leeuw is completely unmarked at the near post. 

Sean Johnson tried to help out New England. Sean's hesitation is compounded by a bad decision to pass it to Polster. This pass ends up being wide of Polster and leaves everyone flat footed as New England is now on the attack. Joao adds nothing as Campbell makes a great sliding tackle that unfortunately bounces to a wide open Fagundez whose shot inexplicably beats Sean Johnson to the near post. Perhaps Sean can pass it to his right next time. 

Jonathan Campbell is very good. He keeps the ball alive on the sideline and hits a wonderful over the top ball for David to run onto. David almost trips over his own feat but regains his balance and hits a wonderful strike to put the now down a man Fire ahead for good.