FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (Sept. 7, 2023) – Orlando City B (12-10-4, 41 points) picked up a point on the road against New England Revolution II (14-5-8, 56 points) after equalizing the match in the 65th minute resulting in a 1-1 scoreline during regulation, before ultimately falling in the end-of-regulation penalty shootout.
Forward Jack Lynn tallied his 18th goal of the 2023 season and now leads all of MLS NEXT Pro, surpassing NYCFC II’s Matt Myers for the league’s Golden Boot Award. Lynn’s goal also served as the first goal scored against the Revolution in their last three matches, ending the New England side’s clean sheet streak.
14’ Victor Souza (Jake Rozhansky) – NE 1, ORL 0
The hosts took the lead in the 15th minute of the match when Jake Rozhansky stepped up for the Revs on a corner kick opportunity and curled the ball in where Victor Souza struck the ball into the back of the net with a bicycle kick.
65’ Jack Lynn – ORL 1, NE 1
The Lions responded in the second half after Juninho’s shot attempt at equalizing the match was blocked by Revs goalkeeper Maxwell Weinstein. Jack Lynn was quick to find the rebound and shot the ball into the center of the net.
- Forward Jack Lynn scored his 18th goal of the season, which now leads all of MLS NEXT Pro in goals scored.
- The Lynn finish was the first goal the Revs have given up in their last three matches.
- Jack Lynn made his 25th appearance of the season and is now tied with Jhon Solís for most appearances across the season.
- Head Coach Martín Perelman made two changes to his starting lineup from his side’s last match against Crown Legacy FC, with Moises Tablante and Jack Lynn getting the nod.