Almost as good as Gabriel Slonina! Chicago Fire's Chris Brady makes history with clean sheet against D.C. United
- Cincinnati won by a single goal
- Improved their away run to nine games
- Fourth-longest streak in MLS history
WHAT HAPPENED? During their match against DC United, Chicago Fire managed to record a clean sheet which ensured their keeper, Chris Brady, became the second youngest stopper to pick up a shut-out in MLS history, aged 19 years and 29 days. The first remains Gabriel Slonina, who also achieved the feat with Chicago Fire.
THE BIGGER PICTURE: Brady will be hoping that he can continue to follow in Slonina's footsteps after having impressed against DC United. Slonina currently plays with Chelsea after completing a permanent transfer to the Premier League side in August 2022.
IN A PHOTO:
With his shutout tonight, the @ChicagoFire’s Chris Brady (19 years, 29 days) became the second-youngest goalkeeper in @MLS history to produce a clean sheet, behind only Gabriel Slonina (17 years, 137 days). pic.twitter.com/xVg06OuS53— MLS Communications (@MLS_PR) April 2, 2023
WHAT NEXT? Chris Brady and Chicago Fire travel to Minnesota United next in Major League Soccer.
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