On two occasions the San Jose Earthquakes took one-goal leads at Toyota Park, but on both occassions, the Chicago Fire answered quickly.
Cory Gibbs' diving header in the 80th minute rescued the Chicago Fire and forced a 2-2 draw with the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday.
Gibbs connected with Baggio Husidic's cross to level the score just six minutes after U.S. national team striker Chris Wondolowski scored his sixth goal of the season, heading home Anthony Ampaipitakwong's cross.
Ampaipitakwong, a halftime substitute, also assisted on San Jose's first goal, when Ramiro Corrales headed home his corner kick. Dominic Oduro scored eight minutes later though, tapping home a sitter off of Cristian Nazarit's deflected shot. The tie for Chicago (1-4-6) extends its winless streak to nine games, while San Jose (3-4-4) hasn't lost in its last four matches.