The Fire recorded a sixth consecutive draw and, despite being a man down, Chicago will feel as though it was two points dropped.
The Fire grabbed the lead 15 minutes in when Harrison Shipp spotted Quincy Amarikwa streaking through the Revs defense and hit him with a perfect through ball. Amarikwa did the rest, squeezing his shot through Bobby Shuttleworth for his fourth goal of the season — a career high.
The visitors grabbed an equalizer just 15 minutes later when Lee Nguyen spotted a streaking Kevin Alston in the box, and Patrick Nyarko bundled the defender over for a penalty kick. Nguyen stepped up and buried the spot kick to even the match.
With 18 minutes remaining, the Fire were reduced to 10 men when Amarikwa was shown a second yellow card for a late challenge. Despite being down a man, the Fire should have won the match at the death.
Mike Magee's shot hit the post, and Alston denied Victor Pineda's follow-up off the line with his hand, forcing the referee to show a straight red card. However, Anangono's ensuing spot kick was saved by Shuttleworth, who also denied the rebound to save him team a point.