Mike Magee tied for the MLS goal-scoring lead and added an assist to help the Chicago Fire hold off FC Dallas 3-2 Saturday night.
Sebastian Grazzini and Marco Pappa scored and goalkeeper Sean Johnson stopped a penalty kick as the Chicago Fire rallied for a 2-1 victory over FC Dallas on Wednesday night.
FC Dallas boss Schellas Hyndman acknowledged, “I don’t think our depth is strong enough right now,” referring to injuries to his squad that has led to a seven-game winless streak.
Jackson and Daniel Cruz scored to lift FC Dallas to a 2-1 win over the Fire on Wednesday night, clinching a spot in the MLS Cup playoffs.
FC Dallas has been in a good spot for the majority of the season but has hit a rough patch in recent weeks, losing its last four games.
“FC Dallas is very happy to get Jack Stewart,” coach Schellas Hyndman said. “Jack brings something we felt we really needed in another defender.
Milton Rodriguez scored as 10-man FC Dallas tied the Chicago Fire, 1-1, at Pizza Hut Park in the season opener for both clubs.