The Fire will attempt to stretch their unbeaten streak across all competitions to 10 Sunday when they take on a Sporting Kansas City team that they’ve played well against at home.
Since opening the season with two wins in its first 10 matches, Chicago (6-7-3) has been a much different club with a 7-0-2 record in its last nine all competitions.
It the franchise’s longest undefeated streak since an 11-game run to start the 2009 campaign.
“We kind of feel like we’re playing like we should,” midfielder Dilly Duka, who has scored in his last two league games, told the league’s official website. “Chemistry builds every day in training, how positive we are in the locker room. We’ve got so many guys that are coming off the bench that are so positive
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