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CHICAGO (AP) — Mason Toye’s header off a center that found the far left corner of the net was enough to carry Montreal past the Chicago Fire 1-0 on Saturday.
After missing seven games due to injury, Toye entered the contest for Montreal (3-3-2) in the second half and proceeded to record his third goal in the three games he’s played this season.
Toye went untouched between Chicago’s two center backs and placed a pass from Zorhan Bassong past diving keeper Bobby Shuttleworth towards the far post at the 87th minute.
After six minutes of added time, the Fire (1-5-1) thought they’d leveled it when Wyatt Omsberg headed it in before the goal was overturned due to offside after a video review.
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