The Orlando City came out on top with a 3-2 finish against the Seattle Sounders Wednesday night.
Albert Rusnak managed to score a goal at the 26′ mark during the first half, bringing the Sounders into an early lead.
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While the rest of the match’s first half was relatively uneventful, with neither side scoring any points, the post-halftime segment of the game really amped things up.
Sounders scored another goal at the 52′ mark thanks to their No. 9 striker, Raul Ruidiaz. However, it wasn’t long afterward that City’s Facundo Torres nabbed a comeback goal one minute later at 53′.
As both teams battled for supremacy, City’s Ercan Kara received a penalty goal kick at 68′, evening the scores at 2-2.
The match eventually went into extra time, though City’s defender Kyle Smith cleaned up with an assist from Torres, bringing the match to a close at 90+1′.
City’s next game is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 7 at 8 p.m.