2021 Orlando City Match Recaps
Orlando’s struggles continue as Kacper Przybylko’s brace hands the Lions their third straight loss.
The Lions blew a 2-0 lead but Junior Urso called game and Adam Grinwis won his first MLS game since 2018.
A missed Tesho Akindele penalty was the best opportunity but there were others in an unsatisfying scoreless draw at Exploria Stadium.
The Lions are unbeaten in five league matches after a much-needed win over the Chicago Fire.
After a poor first half, Orlando City was excellent for most of the second 45, pulling even and coming within inches of winning on the road.
A sloppy performance against a good Santos side results in Orlando City’s quick exit from the Leagues Cup.
Nani’s second-half goal rescues a point on the road.
Antonio Carlos’ goal was canceled out in the second half by Kieran Gibbs as the conference bottom feeders steal a point in Exploria.
The Lions showed resiliency to bounce back from a pair of one-goal deficits and Mason Stajduhar earned his first win in his MLS debut.
Things didn’t seem likely to go Orlando City’s way from the moment the team sheet dropped.
Benji Michel and Andres Perea scored on Orlando’s only two shots on target and the Lions held on despite a late Union rally.
Nani’s penalty wasn’t pretty but it went in and Orlando City finished the season unbeaten in three matches against Toronto.
Lions were wasteful in front of goal and two defensive lapses and a late transition goal undo what could have been a solid road performance.
It wasn’t the sharpest night for the Lions, who just couldn’t find the final bit of quality in losing their second game to the Red Bulls in 2021.
Chris Mueller and Nani scored phenomenal goals to bring the Lions back from 1-0 down late in Ft. Lauderdale.
The Lions saw their early 2-0 lead evaporate but the Bear came to the rescue.
Orlando City nearly pulled off a late comeback but simply didn’t play well enough.
Lions are unbeaten in six to start the season after Tesho Akindele’s goal buried Toronto FC.
It’s another shutout for Pedro Gallese as the Lions win in D.C. for only the second time ever and the first time at Audi Field.
Tesho Akindele, Nani, and Junior Urso gave the Lions more than enough offense for a dub and El Pulpo kept a clean sheet.
The Lions had two goals called back before finally netting Nani’s equalizer.