2017 Orlando City Match Recaps
The Lions destroyed Puerto Rico, but it was for a good cause.
Thank God that’s over.
Kaká said goodbye to Orlando City fans as the Lions dropped their final home match of the 2017 season to the Columbus Crew, 1-0.
Orlando’s brief run of form the last two weeks is apparently over.
Orlando City became the first time to grab a point in Atlanta United’s new home on the back of a Dom Dwyer brace.
Lions snap an eight-match winless skid and sweep United in 2017.
Orlando City allowed two unanswered goals in the second half and fell to the Montreal Impact, 2-1.
The Lions scored in the first half and defended resolutely but left Atlanta’s Hector Villalba too much space late again.
The Lions played well but couldn’t find a way to put a ball past Brad Guzan and Hector Villalba scored out of nowhere in the second half to give Atlanta the win.
A makeshift Orlando lineup mixed with a solid Miami team made for a poor result for the Lions.
The Lions are winless in six matches, haven’t scored in the last two, and appear to be in free fall.
David Villa’s brace helped New York City FC avoid a season sweep by Orlando City, as the Lions dropped their first home match in their new stadium.
The Lions thought they had won all three points but a late San Jose goal saw the teams share points for the third straight year.
Will Johnson and Cyle Larin supplied the goals for the Lions as they improved to 4-0-0 at home with a win over the Galaxy.