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BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. -- Don't look now, but the Chicago Fire have put together a stretch of victories.
Dominic Oduro and Cory Gibbs each netted a goal and Chicago topped the Colorado Rapids, 2-0, on Saturday in front of 15,211 at Toyota Park.
It marked the first set of back-to-back wins for the Fire (4-7-15, 27 points) since the 2010 season, when they topped D.C. United and the Houston Dynamo on April 17 and 24, respectively.
While the Fire are building some needed momentum, the team knows it has to make up for some lost ground in getting back into the playoff picture.
"It's one game," Fire interim head coach Frank Klopas said. "The guys are not satisfied. We're not satisfied. This is behind us. We have to look at this match and look at the good things and what we have to improve."
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