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Sean Johnson makes 4 saves, Mike Magee scores in Fire's 1-0 win over Red Bulls

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BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. - Sean Johnson made four saves for his fourth shutout of the season and Mike Magee scored in the Chicago Fire's 1-0 victory over the New York Red Bulls on Sunday night.

Magee scored in the 38th minute to help Chicago improve to 4-5-13. New York was called for a bad tackle in the box and though goalkeeper Luis Robles made the initial save on Magee's penalty kick, Magee hammered home the rebound.

The Red Bulls (6-7-10) had a chance to tie it in the 60th minute, but Johnson calmly saved a right-footed half-volley from Eric Alexander from just inside the box.

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