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Sounders vs. Chicago Fire: Highlights, stats and quotes

The Sounders have their first winning streak of the season.

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Max Aquino / Sounder at Heart

The Seattle Sounders finally have a winning streak in 2024, beating the Chicago Fire 2-1 on Saturday. Not only was it the first time the Sounders have won two straight this year, but it was also the third straight game in which they’ve gotten a result after falling behind. Overall, the Sounders have now gone 3-0-1 in their last four and 7-2-5 in their last 14 across all competitions. In this one, they got a pair of penalties from Albert Rusnák, including the stoppage-time game-winner.



Seattle Sounders FC - Chicago Fire Live Score


Seattle Sounders FC 2 – Chicago Fire FC 1

Saturday, June 29, 2024

Venue: Emerald Queen Casino Pitch at Lumen Field

Referee: Joe Dickerson

Assistants: Stefan Tanaka-Freundt, Eric Weisbrod

Fourth Official: Calin Radosav

VAR: Alejandro Mariscal

Attendance: 30,045

Weather: 65 degrees and light rain


CHI – Maren Haile-Selassie (Gaston Gimenez) 30’

SEA – Albert Rusnák (penalty) 57’

SEA – Albert Rusnák (penalty) 90’+3’ 


CHI – Mauricio Pineda (caution) 42’

CHI – Jonathan Dean (caution) 56’

SEA – Jackson Ragen (caution) 77’

SEA – Albert Rusnák (caution) 90’+4’ 


Seattle Sounders FC – Stefan Frei; Alex Roldan (Paul Rothrock 46’), Yeimar, Jackson Ragen, Reed Baker-Whiting; Obed Vargas, João Paulo (Danny Musovski 85’), Cristian Roldan, Albert Rusnák (Nathan 90’+8’), Léo Chú (Pedro de la Vega 76’); Jordan Morris

Substitutes not used: Andrew Thomas, Cody Baker, Josh Atencio, Danny Leyva, Dylan Teves

Total shots: 12

Shots on goal: 5

Fouls: 10

Offside: 2

Corner-Kicks: 3

Saves: 3

Chicago Fire FC – Chris Brady; Carlos Teran (Mauricio Pineda 39’), Rafael Czichos, Jonathan Dean, Allan Arigoni (Chris Mueller 85’); Arnaud Souquet, Brian Gutierrez (Kellyn Acosta 85’), Fabian Herbers, Gaston Gimenez; Maren Haile-Selassie (Georgios Koutsias 86’), Hugo Cuypers (Tom Barlow 85’)

Substitutes not used: Spencer Richey, Wyatt Omsberg, Jeffrey Gal, Javier Casas 

Total shots: 8

Shots on goal: 4

Fouls: 17

Offside: 0

Corner-kicks: 2

Saves: 3