Second-half goals from Chris Rolfe and Brian McBride kept the Chicago Fire the only unbeaten team in MLS with a 2-0 win over Toronto FC on Saturday in Toronto.
The victory ended the Fire’s run of five straight ties.
The first goal for Chicago (3-0-6) came in the 59th minute, when Cuauhtemoc Blanco split the Toronto defense to find Rolfe, who avoided a charging Stefan Frei to slip the ball into an empty net. The goal was Rolfe’s second of the season.
Toronto FC lost for the first time under interim coach Chris Cummins.
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D.C. United 2, at Chivas USA 2: D.C. United scored two goals in the last 15 minutes at Carson, Calif., against the toughest defense in MLS.
Luciano Emilio scored in the 77th minute when he re-directed a shot from Santino Quaranta off the left post and into the back of the net.
Quaranta ripped a shot from 25 yards out to tie it in the 85th.
Chivas had allowed three goals all season before Saturday.
At Revolution 1, Rapids 1: New England’s Steve Ralston scored the tying goal on a penalty in the 18th minute at Foxborough, Mass.
Defender Ugo Ihemelu tripped him in the box. Ralston stutter-stepped and driving a low ball to the far left corner past Rapids goalkeeper Matt Pickens.
Forward Conor Casey put the Rapids ahead in the third minute. Casey’s goal was his fifth of the season and gave him a share of the MLS goal-scoring lead.
Wizards 2, at Real Salt Lake 0: Josh Wolff scored twice to help Kansas City give Real Salt Lake its first home loss of the season in Sandy, Utah.
Wolff, who has scored in three straight games, has six this season to tie for the most in MLS with Chicago’s McBride.
Dynamo 1, at Red Bulls 1: Houston conceded its first goal in more than a month when John Wolyniec scored in the 88th minute for the 10-man New York Red Bulls in East Rutherford, N.J.
Though the Dynamo hadn’t allowed a goal in 491 minutes since a 1-0 setback to D.C. United on April 4, its unbeaten streak reached five games.