2019 Orlando City Match Recaps
Orlando conceded three times in seven minutes just after being denied what appeared a sure penalty and finish 11th in the East.
Benji Michel’s goal in stoppage time rescues a point but the Lions are now winless in seven games.
Lions’ skid reaches six matches.
Lions come from behind to draw but suffer a bit of a blow in the playoff race by gaining no ground.
Orlando just can’t finish off a number of opportunities as the Lions again can’t force this series into rivalry status.
A long throw into the box deflected perfectly for Minnesota to equalize with the Lions just moments from victory.
Lions notch a vital home win to inch closer in the playoff hunt.
The Lions just weren’t sharp either in front of goal or with the final pass all night.
Tesho Akindele scored against his old team and Carlos Ascues opened his MLS account to lead Orlando to victory.
Brian White’s first-half goal holds up as Orlando can’t beat Luis Robles or the woodwork.
Out-shot 26-2 on the road against Portland’s A-team, the backup Lions fought heroically for a point.
The Lions blew a 1-0 lead with just seconds remaining but advanced on penalties, 5-4.
A draw feels good if you win the point late, but bad when you throw two points away late.
A 10th-minute strike from the middle of the field was enough to lift D.C. United over Orlando.
Lions are through to the quarterfinals thanks to goals by Benji Michel and Tesho Akindele.
Robin Jansson opened his Orlando City account as the Lions advance although it wasn’t the prettiest game.
Nani scored his 100th professional goal and Orlando dominated north of the border.
The Lions fell behind in their first ever match against Cincinnati, but roared back for an easy win.
A completely different starting XI can’t get it done on the road.
Both teams missed some opportunities but in the end Orlando was second best again.
The Lions and Pigeons played out their second draw in as many games in an end-to-end battle.