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Chicago Fire 1-4 Chivas USA: Chelis revolution continues away to woeful Fire
Tom Marshall: “Used” Chelis looking to return to management on his own terms

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Tom Marshall: “Used” Chelis looking to return to management on his own terms

Chivas USA scored a comprehensive 4-1 victory at Toyota Park over the Chicago Fire to improve their record to 2-1-1 on the season.

The game was scoreless until the 57th minute, when Edgar Mejia struck a rocket from 25 yards out after the Fire failed to properly clear a cross from the left flank.

The Fire found their first goal of the match -- and the season -- just a few minutes later when Sherjill MacDonald slipped Patrick Nyarko behind the defense and the Ghanaian slotted home.

The Chivas onslaught came in the final 20 minutes. First, off a free kick, Joaquin Velazquez floated a header over Fire keeper Paolo Tornaghi, who was caught in no man's land.

The points were sealed minutes later when Juan Agudelo shrugged off a Jeff Larentowicz challenge in the box, before curling a classy right-footed effort into the corner.

The home side's misery was complete when Jalil Anibaba turned into his own net with just minutes to play.

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