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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