2022 Orlando City Match Recaps
The Lions had some of the game’s best chances but poor finishing and switching off in a decisive moment were costly.
A Facundo Torres penalty kick lifted the Lions to a comeback win and a berth in the playoffs on Decision Day.
Sunday is an elimination game after the Lions sank like a stone in Fort Lauderdale.
The Lions controlled the majority of the game but could not find the net, firing 20 times but only getting three on frame.
The Union were tough enough but unlucky bounces and questionable officiating didn’t help as Orlando fell to the conference leaders.
Facundo Torres scored two goals and set up one for Benji Michel and the Lions will play Champions League soccer.
Ercan Kara scored on his return and Tesho Akindele snapped a late 1-1 tie to lift Orlando to a road win.
The Lions snapped a three-match losing streak and a five-match winless skid in league play with a win at Red Bull Arena.
A terrific, yet wasteful, opening half was completely undone in injury time as the Lions fall apart late in D.C.
The Lions finally found their scoring boots deep in first-half stoppage time and ran the Red Bulls off the pitch in the second half.
The Lions will feel hard done by being on the wrong side of two video review decisions but they also simply weren’t sharp enough.
Orlando City gave the EPL giants a tough challenge but fell at home in friendly action.
Orlando City scored first again but struggled for the final 80 minutes and held on for a second 1-1 away draw in four days.
The most bizarre ending yet in the series decided this lightning-delayed edition of the Tropic Thunder rivalry.
The Lions went into sudden death in a postgame penalty shootout and advanced on Pedro Gallese’s save.
Pedro Gallese’s eight saves went to waste on a frustrating night at the Ohio-Kentucky border.
After falling behind, the Lions were able to battle back to claim a point at Gillette Stadium.
Tired legs, giveaways, and a lack of putting the game away when the chance was there led to a home loss for the Lions.
It was another nailbiting U.S. Open Cup penalty shootout win for Orlando, winning 4-2 on spot kicks after drawing the Herons.
A horror show by referee Joe Dickerson not only gave Austin life but also the erroneous corner that led to the tying goal.
Despite a wasteful display in the attacking end, a late Kyle Smith goal lifted the Lions to a win in Toronto.
Ercan Kara and Andres Perea scored to lift Orlando to an Open Cup victory over the Union.
Ruan and Facundo Torres scored in the first half and the Lions held off Charlotte’s rally attempt in the teams’ first meeting.