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Fire scored two header goals, inspired by Andrew Shaw’s header

SHARE Fire scored two header goals, inspired by Andrew Shaw’s header
SHARE Fire scored two header goals, inspired by Andrew Shaw’s header

After head-butting a goal against the Anaheim Ducks, Blackhawks center Andrew Shaw received a care package from the Chicago Fire which included a scarf, hat, soccer ball and a personalized jersey.

The Fire felt inspired by the Shaw’s head-butt goal, and they scored two header goals of their own against the Columbus Crew.

https://mobile.twitter.com/ChicagoFire/status/601949212830507009

The first fire goal came off a cross from Kennedy Igboananike and David Accam headed it in.

To tie the game, defenseman Eric Gehrig crossed the ball to Jason Johnson, who nodded the ball in.

Talk about an impact sub. Jason Johnson & @ChicagoFire steal a point late with this 94th-minute goal. #CLBvCHIhttps://t.co/HFnrn1eCjZ — Major League Soccer (@MLS) May 23, 2015

The Fire and Crew ended in a 2-2 tie, but the two header goals were impressive.

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