BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. -- Matt Watson scored in the 78th minute to give the Chicago Fire a 3-3 draw with D.C. United on Saturday night.
Chicago (5-7-16) tied the MLS record, set in 2011, with its 16th draw of the season.
Quincy Amarikwa gave Chicago the lead in the 16th minute. He settled a cross with his chest, took two touches to elude the defense and bent in a shot. Amarikwa was clipped inside the box in the 30th minute and Jeff Larentowicz converted the penalty kick for a 2-0 lead.
Luis Silva's penalty kick put D.C. (14-9-6) on the board in the 39th minute to snap United's two-game scoreless streak. Silva evened the match at 2 in the 54th minute when he sent a free kick from distance. D.C. took its first lead at 3-2 in the 68th minute.
Watson's game-tying shot from distance ricocheted off a defender and landed in the back of the net.
Highlights: Chicago Fire 1-1 Toronto FC
BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. -- Dwayne De Rosario scored in the 89th minute to lift Toronto FC to a 1-1 draw with the Chicago Fire on Saturday night.
De Rosario tipped in the tying score from a yard out after Gilberto knocked a header down in front of the goal. De Rosario's 104th career goal helped Toronto FC (9-11-7) avoid a third consecutive scoreless shutout.
Lovel Palmer opened the scoring for Chicago (5-7-15) with a header off Sanna Nyassi's short corner in the 11th minute. It was his first goal as a member of the Fire.
Highlights: New England 2-1 Chicago
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Charlie Davies scored the go-ahead goal in the 60th minute in the New England Revolution's 2-1 victory over the Chicago Fire on Sunday night.
Jermaine Jones maneuvered through a seam up the middle of the Chicago (5-7-14) defense and passed forward to Davies to create the opportunity for New England (12-12-3).
Davies smashed it home just 2 minutes after he entered the game as a substitute for Patrick Mullins. Diego Fagundez pulled the Revs even at one on a header in the 41st minute.
Sanna Nyassi gave the Fire a 1-0 lead on a header in the 28th minute off Quincy Amarikwa's cross.
Sean Johnson made back-to-back diving saves in the 58th minute for the Fire.
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Highlights: Chicago 1-0 FC Dallas
BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. -- Robert Earnshaw scored on a late header and the Chicago Fire snapped Dallas FC's 10-game unbeaten streak, beating the Texas team 1-0 on Saturday night.
Jeff Larentowicz's cross found Earnshaw in the center of the box, and Earnshaw's twisting header in the 83rd minute deflected past goalkeeper Raul Fernandez for the difference-maker.
A quiet first half saw Chicago's Grant Ward earn a yellow card in the 10th minute for a dangerous tackle. In the 39th minute, Dallas' Fabian Castillo broke free down the left off a long feed and fired, but goalkeeper Sean Johnson turned away the left-footed attempt with a sprawling save.
Jermaine Jones signs with New England
United States international midfielder Jermaine Jones has signed with Major League Soccer and will join the New England Revolution.
The Revs landed Jones after MLS conducted a blind draw, and he signed a designated player contract on Sunday, the team announced.
Highlights: Toronto FC 2-2 Chicago Fire
TORONTO -- Toronto FC settled for a 2-2 draw with the Chicago Fire on Saturday.
Gilberto gave Toronto a 2-1 lead in the 78th minute, but the home side was unable to hold on as Quincy Amarikwa tied it at 2-2 in the 90th minute.
A Fire own goal in the first half accounted for Toronto's other goal while former TFC forward Robert Earnshaw had the lone goal for Chicago (4-6-14).
TFC (9-8-6) forward Luke Moore sprung Gilberto, who stepped around Chicago goalkeeper Sean Johnson before scoring his fourth goal of the season.
Highlights: Montreal Impact 1-0 Chicago Fire
MONTREAL -- Marco Di Vaio scored in the 84th minute and the Montreal Impact ended a seven-game losing streak with a 1-0 victory over the Chicago Fire on Saturday night.
The Impact (4-14-5) won for the first time since June 29 in Houston. They remained 10th and last in the MLS Eastern Conference behind the ninth-place Fire (4-6-13).