...current Fire captain Logan Pause scored his first career MLS goal in a 1-0 home opening victory over New England at Toyota Park.
The now 11-year Fire veteran's first strike came in his 97th career MLS match as he headed home a beautiful cross from Justin Mapp on the right (see 39 seconds into first video below).
With only three goals in 259 MLS appearances, Pause has never been known for his offensive prowess BUT all three of his goals have been somewhat memorable...
The second strike of his career, a long distance bomb in a 4-1 loss to Toronto FC in May 2010, ended up winning that season's Fire Goal of the Year while Pause backed his way into a tying goal by redirecting Pavel Pardo's free kick in last April's weather-shortened 1-1 draw with Houston.
Watch all three goals below...
Pause Goal vs. New England (2007)
Pause Goal vs. Toronto FC (2010)
Pause Goal vs. Houston Dynamo (2012)