MELBOURNE, FL -- After a disappointing midweek result, which included a lengthy rain and lightning delay that lasted almost two and a half hours, Orlando City B returned to the Titan Soccer Complex turf on Saturday night. After falling behind early, the young Lions came back to draw 2-2, against Philadelphia Union affiliated Bethlehem Steel FC. The draw is the club's second of the year, which moves OCB now to 2-5-2 on the year.
The match featured eight players from the MLS side, including an all-MLS back four and keeper, with Earl Edwards Jr., Tyler Turner, Conor Donovan, Devron Garcia and Luke Boden defending the OCB goal. Midfielder Harrison Heath and striker Hadji Barry also made the starting XI, while Bryan Róchez came on as a substitute. After going down early in the match by two, Turner opened up the scoring for OCB, then assisted as Michael Cox provided the game-tying goal in the second half.
we hope you enjoy these photos from last night's match.