Real Salt Lake (4-1-2-1-2): Nick Rimando; Tony Beltran, Carlos Salcedo, Nat Borchers, Chris Wingert; Kyle Beckerman (C); Ned Grabavoy, Luis Gil (Sebastian Velasquez, 72'); Javier Morales; Robbie Findley (Alvaro Saborio, 62'), Joao Plata (Yordany Alvarez, 83')
Subs not used: Josh Saunders (GK), Abdoulie Mansally, Aaron Maund, Khari Stephenson
Chicago Fire (4-4-2): Sean Johnson; Jalil Anibaba, Austin Berry, Bakary Soumare, Gonzalo Segares; Dilly Duka (Quincy Amarikwa, 74'), Logan Pause (C) (Sherjill McDonald, 81'), Jeff Larentowicz, Joel Lindpere; Patrick Nyarko, Chris Rolfe (Alex, 63')
Subs not used: Paolo Tornaghi (GK), Hunter Jumper, Michael Videira, Corben Bone
SANDY, Utah – Real Salt Lake (6-5-3, 21 points, West #3) couldn’t hold on against the Chicago Fire (2-7-2, 8 points, East #8) on Saturday night, giving up an 84th minute equalizer to tie the Eastern Conference side 1-1 at Rio Tinto Stadium.
RSL FW Alvaro Saborio put the Claret-and-Cobalt ahead in the 78th minute. The Costa Rican international – who came off the bench in the 62nd after missing the last five games due to injury – rose above two defenders to head MF Ned Grabavoy’s cross past Fire GK Sean Johnson and inside the far post. Unfortunately for RSL, substitute FW Quincy Amarikwa equalized six minutes later, acrobatically poking a flicked header off of a long throw in home from close range.