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2021 Major League Soccer, Regular Season
  • Wilfrid Kaptoum (47')
  • Gustavo Bou (76')
  • Álvaro Medrán (49')
  • Ignacio Aliseda (88')

Late goal helps Fire salvage road draw at Revolution

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Chicago steals a point in New England with a late goal (0:32)

Ignacio Aliseda beats Matt Turner with a shot to the far post to earn the Fire a 2-2 draw against the Revolution. (0:32)

Ignacio Aliseda equalized in the 88th minute as the Chicago Fire FC salvaged a 2-2 draw on the road against the league-leading New England Revolution on Saturday night in Foxborough, Mass.

Aliseda's fourth tally of the season came on a right-footed shot from the right side of the box off an assist from Brian Gutierrez to beat Revolution goalkeeper Matt Turner into the bottom left corner.

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Gustavo Bou's chip shot in the 76th minute had put the Revolution ahead 2-1. It was Bou's team-leading 14th goal of the season and came on Revs captain and midfielder Carles Gil's MLS-leading 17th assist of the campaign.

Alvaro Medran also had a goal in the 49th minute and Gabriel Slonina stopped six shots for Chicago (7-16-7, 28 points), which improved to 1-11-2 on the road this season. The Fire had dropped four consecutive road matches and are 1-17-7 on the road since the start of last season.

Chicago earned draws in two of its three matches with New England this season after a 2-2 tie at home on April 17 and a 3-2 home loss on Sept. 22.

Rookie midfielder Wilfrid Kaptoum scored his first MLS goal in the 47th minute for the Revolution (20-4-6, 66 points). Turner finished with three saves for New England, which was denied its club record-tying 12th home win while falling to 11-1-3 at home.

With the tie, the Revolution moved within six points of LAFC's single-season MLS record of 72 points set during the 2019 season.

Chicago visits FC Cincinnati on Wednesday to complete its three-game road trip. New England opens a two-game road swing at D.C. United on Wednesday before back-to-back matches at home to close out the regular season.