FRISCO, Texas — Mike Magee tied for the MLS goal-scoring lead and added an assist to help the Chicago Fire hold off FC Dallas 3-2 Saturday night.
The victory moved the Fire (13-12-7) into a three-way tie with Montreal and Philadelphia for fourth place in the Eastern Conference with two matches remaining. The top five teams in each conference advance to the playoffs.
Revolution 1, Impact 0
At Montreal, Jose Goncalves scored in the 31st minute and New England kept its playoff hopes alive with a victory that extended Montreal's winless streak to five games.
The Revolution (12-11-9) stretched their unbeaten string to four games and moved within a point of the Impact (13-11-7), Chicago and Philadelphia for fourth place in the Eastern Conference, but the win was tempered by the loss of forward Saer Sene to a broken leg.
Union 1, D.C. United 1
At Washington, substitute Jack McInerney scored in the 90th minute to salvage a 1-1 draw with D.C. United and move Philadelphia into a three-way tie with Chicago and Montreal for fourth place in the East.