MONTREAL (AP) — Didier Drogba scored three goals in his second Major League Soccer game to help the Montreal Impact beat the Chicago Fire 4-3 on Saturday night.
The former Chelsea and Ivory Coast striker completed the hat trick with the winning goal, heading in his own rebound in the 65th minute.
Wandrille Lefevre also scored for Montreal (9-11-4) in its first game under interim coach Mauro Biello following Frank Klopas' firing. The Impact ended a four-game winless streak.
Jeff Larentowicz, Gilberto and Kennedy Igboananike scored for the Fire (7-14-6).