United, Fire Tie Scoreless in OT
Jul. 21, 2002
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NAPERVILLE, Ill. (AP) _ D.C. United's Nick Rimando made eight saves as D.C. and the Chicago Fire tied 0-0 Saturday night.
Rimando stopped a kick by Ante Razov from 20 yards in the first overtime period.
Chicago goalie Zach Thornton made four stops against the defense-oriented United.
Razov entered the game at the start of the second half, replacing Fire defender Kelly Gray.
Chicago's Hristo Stoitchkov played his first game since suffering a ligament sprain in his right knee on May 11, substituting for Billy Walsh at the start of overtime.