Columbus Crew win final game at Historic Crew Stadium 2-0 over Chicago


COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — The Columbus Crew closed out its remarkable 22-year run at Historic Crew Stadium by beating Chicago 2-0 Saturday night.

This was the first full capacity game at Historic Crew Stadium since March 1, 2020.

Gyasi Zardes got Columbus on the board first in the 17th minute by burying a shot the Fire failed to clear on a cross from Lucas Zelarayan. The goal was Zardes’ 31st at Historic Crew Stadium, tying him with Jeff Cunningham for the most goals scored at home.

Zardes recorded a record-breaking 32nd goal at Historic Crew Stadium 17 minutes later thanks to great ball control and an unselfish pass from Derrick Etienne Jr.

The Crew play their first game at Field on July 3.

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