2016 Team of the Week (Wk 26): Chicago Fire dominate Union front to back

The Chicago Fire were coming off a 6-2 shellacking at the hands of D.C. United when they faced the Philadelphia Union on Saturday. But this week's result was vastly different.

Chicago beat the Union 3-0 at Toyota Park thanks to some standout performances all over the field. Michael de Leeuw registered a goal and an assist to lead the attack, while Joao Meira had a sterling game along the backline.

Sean Johnson further solidified his place between the pipes for Veljko Paunovic's team, making five saves, some in spectacular fashion.

Check out the rest of the MLS Week 26 Team of the Week below:

GK: Sean Johnson, CHI: 0 goals conceded, 5 saves
D: Andrew Farrell, NE: 5 clearances, 2 interceptions, 6 ball recoveries
D: Walker Zimmerman, DAL: 1 goal, 8 clearances, 2 interceptions
D: Aurelien Collin, NY: 9 clearances, 3 interceptions, 2 tackles
D: Joao Meira, CHI: 7 clearances, 3 interceptions, 88% passing accuracy
M: Sebastian Lletget, LA: 1 assist, 3 shots, 92% passing accuracy
M: Mauro Diaz, DAL: 1 goal, 1 assist, 4 chances created
M: Kelyn Rowe, NE: 1 assist, 2 shots, 3 ball recoveries
M: Frank Lampard, NYC: 2 goals, 3 shots, 2 chances created
F: Bradley Wright-Phillips, NY: 1 goal, 4 shots, 3 clearances
F: Michael de Leeuw, CHI: 1 goal, 1 assist, 3 chances created

Bench: Brad Knighton, NE; Chris Tierney, NE; Baggio Husidic, LA; Victor Ulloa, DAL; Felipe, NY; Arturo Alvarez, CHI; David Villa, NYC

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