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Orlando City ties two-goal lead to Tie Crew

Crew SC played a dominating first half Saturday night at steamy Mapfre Stadium, scoring twice and creating terrific chances with hustle and precision.

The only one in attack mode after the break, however, was the coach.

Gregg Berhalter was as angry after the Crew’s 2-2 tie against Orlando City as at any point in this disappointing season. He lashed out during his postgame news conference, questioning his players’ will and calling out the shoddy defensive effort.

Canada's Larin scores in Orlando City's 2-2 tie in Vancouver

Canadian national team member Cyle Larin scored the tying goal in the 50th minute in Orlando City's 2-2 tie with the Vancouver Whitecaps on Saturday night.

Larin leaped to head in Kevin Molino's cross.

Julio Baptista opened the scoring for Orlando City (4-5-10) in the third minute in the second-year Florida team's first victory to BC Place.


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Orlando City Dedicates June 18 Match to #OrlandoUnited

ORLANDO, Fla. (June 14, 2016) –  Orlando City returns to Major League Soccer (MLS) play on Saturday, June 18, at Camping World Stadium. In light of the tragic events affecting the City of Orlando and its LGBT and Latino communities, the match against the San Jose Earthquakes will be dedicated to bringing our community together to support #OrlandoUnited efforts.

Orlando City SC writes open letter to Orlando, the 'City Beautiful'

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he Orlando City SC, the professional soccer team based in Florida, will promote games with only black-and-white images on its social media sites in deference to Sunday's nightclub shooting.

The attack was the deadliest shooting in the history of the United States, killing 49 people and injuring 53, police said.

 

 

 

 

 

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