Orlando City B Drops Contest To Madison FC

MONTVERDE, Fla. (April 19, 2019) - Orlando City B (0-3-1, 1 point) fell short to Forward Madison FC (1-2-0, 3 points) after its fourth consecutive home game of the season.

Brazilian defender Matheus Martin Silva appeared in the starting lineup, recording his first match with OCB. Goalkeeper Juliano Chade, who was nominated for Save of the Week in week three of the season, saw his second start for the young Lions.

Midfielder Koby Osei-Wusu registered his second goal of the season in the first half (35’) of Friday’s match against Madison FC. Osei-Wusu’s resume includes previous experience in the USL and the Ghanian u18 National Team.

Forward Madison FC turned the score around in the second half (58’, 70’) taking home its first win of the season.

Next Match:
Orlando City B will travel to Frisco, Texas, for its first away match of the season when the Lions face North Texas SC. Kickoff is set for 4:50 p.m. CT at Toyota Stadium. The Lions will return to Montverde Academy on Friday, May 3 when they host Chattanooga.

Scoring Summary:

OCB - Koby Osei-Wusu 35’
MAD - Josiel Nunez 58’
MAD - Shaun Russell 70’


Orlando City B – GK Juliano Chade; D Randy Mendoza, Matheus Silva, Nathan Simeon, Leonardo Simas; MF Serigo Costabile Elia, Ates Diouf (Austin Amer 37’), Koby Osei-Wusu; F Steven Hernandez (Sebastian Joffre 72’), Luc Granitur, Thiago De Souza (Tresor Mbuyu 61’).

Unused Substitutes: GK Christian Herrea; D Tanner Hummel, Jordan Hill; MF Jordan Bender.

Forward Madison FC GK Ryan Coulter; D Carter Manley, Connor Tobin ©, Shaun Russell, Christian Diaz; MF JC Banks(Jeff Michaud 72’), Eric Leonard, Josiel Nunez; F Don Smart, Paulo Jr, Mason Toye.

Unused Substitutes: GK Brian Sylvestre; D Carl Schneider; MF Ally Ng’Anzi, Jiro Toyama, Zaire Bartley; F Brian Bement

Details of the Game:
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Weather: Clear
Date: April 19, 2019
Attendance: 189


UPDATE: August 8, 2020 - Major League Soccer unveiled the framework of a revised schedule for the remainder of the 2020 season, with the League’s 25th season continuing in the home markets of the 26 clubs beginning August 12. At this time, MLS has announced the initial phase of the revised schedule for U.S. clubs through September 14 and plans to announce the balance of the regular season schedule by early September. More details on schedules for the Canadian teams will be announced in the near future. Attendance at matches will be determined by MLS and club leadership in accordance with applicable state and local guidelines.