Toronto's disappointing season continues with defeat at home against Chicago.Toronto FC fell to its six loss in six matches to start the 2012 MLS season as the Chicago Fire came to BMO Field and took a 3-2 win back home with them.
Chicago got off to a speedy start as Domonic Oduro scored not even 30 seconds into the match. It took over a half an hour for the sides to tally again but from there, they came quickly. TFC's Reggie Lamb scored a pair in the 35th and 40th minutes to give TFC the lead. Chicago answered immediately after Lamb's second through Gonzalo Segares.
The scored stayed knotted at two apiece into the second half when Patrick Nyarko was able to round TFC keeper Milos Kocic and slot the ball home to give the Fire a 3-2 lead.
Toronto, despite pushing forward, wasn't able to tie the score and eventually fell to it's six straight defeat to start the season.
The Reds will visit Western Conference powerhouse Real Salt Lake next weekend while the Chicago Fire, who are off to a 2-1-2 start will host the Seattle Sounders at Toyota Park.
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