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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

New York Red Bulls trick-play goal should not have counted, says PRO

The New York Red Bulls utilize a trick play straight from the training pitch to score their second goal and level the match against the Chicago Fire.

The New York Red Bulls got away with a trick play to temporarily tie the game against the Chicago Fire on Wednesday, even though in the end it wasn't enough after Chicago ended the Red Bulls' six-game undefeated streak with a 3-2 victory.

With the Fire leading 2-1 in the second half at Toyota Park, Red Bulls centre-back Ronald Zubar set up a trick play off a corner kick in the 49th minute, and amid confusion, referees awarded a goal scored off the play that ended up pulling New York level with Chicago...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Shaun Maloney joins Hull City from Chicago Fire

This week's episode of MLS Insider features Shaun Maloney and his journey from winning the FA Cup with Wigan to revitalizing the Chicago Fire

Hull City have completed the signing of Shaun Maloney from Chicago Fire.

Scotland international Maloney, 32, joined the Major League Soccer club from Wigan Athletic in January but is now back in the Championship with Hull.

Maloney, who scored three goals in 14 appearances during his time in the United States, told the Fire's official...

Chicago Fire beats New York Red Bulls, Rapids hit late winner vs. Dynamo

Chicago Fire were able to secure a 3-2 win over the New York Red Bulls at home with a late winner in the second half.

Kennedy Igboananike broke a tie in the 73rd minute with his second goal of the game and the Chicago Fire beat New York 3-2 on Wednesday night to end the Red Bulls' six-game undefeated streak.

New York has not won in Chicago since 2005.

After New York's Sacha Kljestan opened the scoring on a penalty kick in the 10th minute, Igboananike tied it in the 22nd for Chicago. He slotted Gilberto's through ball inside the far post.

Patrick Nyarko made it 2-1 in the 41st. Gilberto sent in a cross that...