HARRISON, N.J. -- Aleksandar Katai and Nemanja Nikolic scored and Richard Sanchez had a career-high nine saves to help the Chicago Fire beat the New York Red Bulls 2-1 on Saturday.
Katai gave Chicago (2-3-1) a 1-0 lead in the 31st minute. Brandon Vincent's corner kick was headed away by New York's Aaron Long, but Katai drilled a rising left-footed volley from the top corner of the box into the net.
Sanchez -- a 24-year old with just two career starts coming into the season and who allowed eight total...
The Chicago Fire's home venue will be known as SeatGeek Stadium as of next season.
SeatGeek and the Village of Bridgeview, which owns the stadium, announced on Thursday that the secondary market ticket seller has taken over the naming rights to Toyota Park.
Toyota bought the naming rights when the stadium opened in 2006, and Bridgeview retained the name even after the car manufacturer chose not to renew its deal in 2016.
The stadium has plunged Bridgeview deeply into debt, according to Bloomberg,...