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2007 Major League Soccer Playoffs: Chicago Fire vs. DC United

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2007 Major League Soccer Playoffs: Chicago Fire vs. DC United

Friday, October 26, 2007
October 25, 2007
20:00 (UTC-6)
Chicago Fire 1–0 DC United Toyota Park, Bridgeview
Attendance: 17,834
Referee: Baldomero Toledo
Gutierrez 12'
Rolfe 14' (1)
Brown 51'
Barrett 63'
Carr 63'
Blanco 85'
Thorrington 85'
Match Report 22' Carroll
46' Kpene
46' Moreno
78' Carroll
78' Emilio
86' Moreno

Chicago Fire beat DC United to take a 1-0 advantage into the 2nd leg on Chris Rolfe 1st career playoff goal. Chicago Fire also remained undefeated against DC United in the playoffs.

Chicago played a defensive game as DC United, who scored 56 goals during the regular season, only managed 2 shots which hit the target.

The return leg is at home to DC United on Thursday, November 1.


  • "Rolfe scores to lift Chicago Fire past D.C. United 1-0 in playoffs" — Yahoo, October 25, 2007

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