Bornstein on Chicago Fire debut: "I saw a good spark in the team tonight"

The Chicago Fire tied D.C. United 0-0 on Saturday at SeatGeek Stadium. One player, defender Jonathan Bornstein, made his debut for the Fire, a return to MLS after leaving the league to play abroad following the 2010 season.

Following a 90-minute shift in which the left back put in an assured shift to help his team pick up a shutout, Bornstein spoke on the Chicago broadcast about the game and what he saw from his new team on the night (watch above). 

He also spoke to the media in the locker room postgame:

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