The Fire picked up their 12th draw of the season after battling to a scoreless tie with the Vancouver Whitecaps at Toyota Park on Wednesday night.
Two of England's more successful clubs rolled through Chicago this weekend and came away impressed with the state of U.S. soccer and the direction in which it's headed.
Harry Kane's fifth-minute goal was all Premier League side Tottenham needed to get past the Fire, 2-0, in a Saturday night friendly at Toyota Park.
4yMarco Poppa's first-half goal helped extend the Chicago Fire's MLS unbeaten streak to five matches with a 1-0 victory over the New England Revolution in Foxborough.
4yClement Chantone scored the game's only goal to send Paris Saint-Germain to a 1-0 win over the Fire in the inaugural Chicago Sister Cities International Cup.
4yFor Baggio Husidic and Peter Lowry, this season has given them the opportunity for more playing time and both of the young midfielders have found success on the field.
4yThe Fire were unable to extend their two-game winning streak, failing to hold onto a second half lead in a 1-1 draw against Chivas USA at Toyota Park. The match saw both teams with chances to win in the second half, but ended with a point for each.
4yThrough three matches, the Fire have only a point to show for their efforts while DC United are still looking for their first result. See the two square off on CSN.