Death. Taxes. A stoppage time goal in a game involving an Orlando City team. These are all things you can count on.
Playing one of its final four home matches this season, OCB held a 2-1 lead until the 91st minute, when a failed clearance turned into a perfectly placed goal from Liam Miller, tying the game up at two. Head Coach Anthony Pulis after the game said he didn't feel like his team even deserved a point from the match.
OCB went up 1-0 in the 27th minute thanks to a Michael Cox penalty, but the visitors pulled one back in the beginning of the second half after Ashani Fairclough scored off of a corner kick scramble in front of goal. The Lions took the lead back late in the game with a rocket of a goal from Tony Rocha, but Miller's equalizer broke the hearts of the young Lions, who were forced to settle for the draw.
Orlando will now travel up to Kentucky to take on league-leading Louisville City FC and former Lions James O'Conner and Aodhan Quinn.
We hope you enjoy these images from the match.