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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (June 11, 2022) - Orlando City B (2-5-3, 11 points) dropped a 2-1 decision on Saturday at the hands of New England Revolution II (7-2-2, 24 points) at Gillette Stadium in what served as the side’s first match of a four-game road trip.

The contest saw Jack Lynn score his ninth goal of the campaign, now with seven goals through the Lions' last four matches, while Mauro Bravo tallied his first assist of the year on the finish.

Orlando City B remains on the road next week, traveling to take on Columbus Crew 2 at Historic Crew Stadium on Sunday, June 19. Kickoff for that fixture is slated for 2 p.m. ET. 

**Scoring Recap:

5’ Noel Buck (Michel) - NE 1, OCB 0**
The home side took the early lead with Michel slotting a ball in behind for Noel Buck, who took a touch before sending his shot into the far corner of the net.

56’ Marcos Dias (Ryan Lima) - NE 2, OCB 0
The Revolution doubled their advantage just over 10 minutes after the break, with Marcos Dias jumping on a loose ball in the box and sending it into the back of the net. 

71’ Jack Lynn (Mauro Bravo) - NE 2, OCB 1
The Lions halved the deficit with Mauro Bravo whipping in a cross from the right side, finding the head of Jack Lynn in the area for the finish.

Match Notes:

  • Jack Lynn netted his ninth goal of the campaign and his seventh in the Lions’ last four matches to lead the side.
  • Mauro Bravo tallied his first goal contribution of the campaign with the assist on Lynn’s finish. 
  • Alejo Tangredi made his Orlando City B debut, entering the game in the 60th minute for Owen Van Marter. 
  • Head Coach Martín Perelman made one change to his starting lineup from last week’s match against NYCFC II, with Alejandro Granados reentering the fold. 

Next Match: Orlando City B remains on the road, next set to face off against Columbus Crew 2 on Sunday, June 19 at Historic Crew Stadium in a 2 p.m. ET kickoff.