Result: Chicago Fire 2-1 Toronto FC

Chicago Fire come from behind to pile more misery upon Toronto FC, who finish the match with nine men at Toyota Park.

Toronto FC remain bottom of the Eastern Conference after suffering a disappointing defeat to Chicago Fire at Toyota Park.

The Canadian side could have moved above New England Revolution with a victory, which looked to be on the cards when Ryan Johnson fired the visitors in front on 16 minutes.

However, Marco Pappa restored parity for Chicago 19 minutes into the second half before Logan Emory was dismissed for a second bookable offence on 80 minutes.

It took Chicago just four minutes to make their numerical advantage count, as Austin Berry headed home Pavel Pardo's excellent whipped free kick.

Toronto finished the game with nine men after Jeremy Hall was taken off injured.

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Eastern Conference

TeamPWDLFAGDPTS
1Toronto31187664362861
2New York City FCNY City30157853371652
3Atlanta UnitedAtlanta29147856342249
4Chicago Fire301461053401348
5Columbus Crew31145124744347
6Montreal ImpactMontreal30116134949039
7New England RevolutionNew England30116134750-339
8New England RevolutionNew England30116134750-339
9Philadelphia UnionPhiladelphia2999113938136
10Orlando City2888123046-1632
11DC United3094172749-2231

Western Conference

TeamPWDLFAGDPTS
1Vancouver WhitecapsVancouver2914694740748
2Sporting Kansas CityKansas291211637231447
3Seattle SoundersSeattle30111184237544
4Portland TimbersPortland30128105047344
5Real Salt LakeSalt Lake31125144650-441
6San Jose EarthquakesEarthquakes30117123247-1540
7Houston DynamoHouston29109104740739
8Dallas2991194042-238
9Minnesota UnitedMinnesota Utd2995154059-1932
10Los Angeles GalaxyLA Galaxy3076173758-2127
11Colorado RapidsColorado2975172743-1626
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