Filed under: Chicago Fire Chicago Fire gameday Chicago Fire 2, New York Red Bulls 2: Quick & Dirty Recap By Ruben Tisch@rubentisch Oct 24, 2020, 8:37pm CDT Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: Chicago Fire 2, New York Red Bulls 2: Quick & Dirty Recap Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email Mike Dinovo-USA TODAY Sports Chicago Fire 2: Beric 51’ Frankowski 72’ New York Red Bulls 2: Duncan 39’ White 90+1 Here is your quick & dirty editorial-free recap of the Chicago Fire home match against the New York Red Bulls. The Red Bulls and the Fire drew 2-2. 39’ 0-1 Duncan #RBNY in front!@kyleduncan_6 makes it look easy on the left foot. #CHIvRBNY pic.twitter.com/ChWFIbQWB4— Major League Soccer (@MLS) October 25, 2020 51’ 1-1 Beric Chicago were knocking & Beric has the leveler!1-1 at Soldier Field. #CHIvRBNY pic.twitter.com/DyV2u540MB— Major League Soccer (@MLS) October 25, 2020 72’ 2-1 Frankowski FIRE ON TOP!Frankowski pokes in the rebound to complete the turnaround. 2-1. #CHIvRBNY pic.twitter.com/CGQAmmhZRl— Major League Soccer (@MLS) October 25, 2020 90+1’ 2-2 White STOPPAGE-TIME EQUALIZER FOR THE RED BULLS...AGAIN!BRIAN WHITE...AGAIN!Unbelievable. 2-2. #CHIvRBNY pic.twitter.com/Hk4IBvaDs8— Major League Soccer (@MLS) October 25, 2020 In This Stream 2020 MLS Coverage: Chicago Fire vs New York Red Bulls Chicago Fire draw 2-2 with Red Bulls after heartbreaking late goal Chicago Fire 2, New York Red Bulls 2: Quick & Dirty Recap Chicago Fire vs. New York Red Bulls: Gameday Guide & How to Watch View all 5 stories Next Up In Latest News Dreaming of Playoffs and Paris: Brian Gutiérrez is ready to break out with the Chicago Fire and Team USA Sergio Oregel: The next homegrown star for the Chicago Fire Carrying the Torch: Fire’s Chris Brady makes history with Olympic-bound U.S. team Same GM, Same Fire: Should the Fire renew Georg Heitz’s contract? Officially official: Gaga Slonina is headed to Chelsea!