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BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. -- Montreal Impact coach Marco Schallibaum thought his team deserved a better fate Saturday. Joel Lindpere and Dilly Duka scored first-half goals and the Chicago Fire held on for a 2-1 victory over the Impact. The win was the Fires second straight and improved them to .500 this season (9-9-4), stretching an unbeaten streak to four games (3-0-1) in MLS competition. Coupled with New Englands loss, Chicago climbed to sixth in the Eastern Conference. "The second half was very good, we scored and we had a lot of chances," Schallibaum said. "But we have zero points and thats very disappointing." The Impact (10-7-5) lost their second straight, falling behind Philadelphia to fourth place in the Eastern Conference. They have now lost four of their last eight matches. "Its not easy to win away and Chicago is a good team," Schallibaum said. "But we must believe until the end and make the points. We have a good position, but we need more points than today." The Impacts Felipe Martins cut the Chicago lead in half in the 57th minute, two minutes after entering the match. Martins drilled a 28-yard left-footed shot past Fire goalkeeper Sean Johnson for Montreals only goal, and his fourth of the season. Montreals rally ended in the 94th minute, when Chicago forward Chris Rolfe headed Matteo Ferraris header clear of the goal. The Fire was explosive from the start, even with leading scorer Mike Magee missing the match with a tight right calf. Lindpere beat Montreal goalkeeper Troy Perkins in the sixth minute, his hard shot from the top of the penalty area deflecting off the Impacts Daniele Paponi for a 1-0 lead. Duka made it 2-0 in the 23rd minute, kicking a low shot past a diving Perkins after beating three defenders on a 30-yard run. Duka was being tackled by Alessandro Nesta, the last of the trio, as he shot. "It was a tale of two halves," Perkins said. "It was almost two (different) teams. 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