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 The Fire’s 2-1 loss to New York City FC ended the Fire’s unbeaten streak. New York City was a man down for nearly 80 minutes of the game, Herrera receiving two yellows to get ejected from the match. The Fire’s defender and much-loved player, Brandon Vincent was injured warming up before the game, which leads to Michael Harrington joining the starting 11. David Accam was benched the entire first half, though in the second half he scored Chicago Fire’s only goal in the match. Golden boat leader Nemanja Nikolic was rather quiet in this match by not making any dangerous plays. Another challenge during this match on the other side was New York City’s goal scorer David Villa, who was a hassle to defend against. This game not being one of the best matches for the Fire, they will be looking to redeem themselves Saturday against Sporting Kansas City with the recent exit of Dom Dwyer.

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