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Chicago Fire's Daniel Paladini stepped up in his last two starts contributing not only with two goals but also with his tremendous work rate and accurate passing.  Paladini got the nod against DC United in place of Chicago Fire's injured Captain Logan Pause who sustained an abdominal injury two games prior against the Philadelphia Union.  Paladini played very well on the occasion and started things off for the Chicago Fire by scoring one of the best goals on the weekend in terms of team play combining well with new Designated Player striker Sherjill MacDonald and soon to be Heerenveen SC midfielder Marco Pappa.  Watch Paladini's goal here at the 2:08 mark:


Paladini would have his first MLS career back to back goal scoring games when he finished a pass from the edge of the 18 yard box from Sherjill MacDonald and slotted it home after making a great fun from deep in midfield.  Paladini went on to celebrate with the home town fans. 



[EDIT] - A few weeks later, Paladini would go on to swap roles with Sherjill MacDonald providing a classy assist on Sherjill MacDonald's goal in a 2-0 win over the New York Red Bulls on Octoer 6, 2012.  Watch below at the 7:35 mark.

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