Revolution 3, Orlando City SC 3

Revolution settles for draw after late lapse

Orlando City's Amro Tarek, left, tries to clear the ball from New England Revolution's Teal Bunbury during the second half of an MLS soccer match, Saturday, Aug. 4, 2018, in Orlando, Fla. (AP Photo/John Raoux)
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Orlando City's Amro Tarek (left) tries to clear the ball from New England’s Teal Bunbury during the second half of Saturday’s MLS soccer match.

ORLANDO — Scott Sutter finished Yoshimar Yotun’s free kick in the 93rd minute to give Orlando City a 3-3 tie with the New England Revolution on Saturday night, each team snapping a three-game losing streak.

Yotun also had a free kick in the 71st minute that Amro Tarek headed home to help Orlando (7-14-2) tie it, 2-2.

Yotun was sent off for violent conduct in the eighth minute of stoppage time.


Teal Bunbury gave the Revolution (7-7-8) a 3-2 lead in the 76th minute after entering as a substitute in the 74th. He found some space in the right side of the area before slotting it past goalkeeper Earl Edwards Jr.

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Juan Agudelo opened the scoring for New England in the seventh minute with a header flick to finish Brandon Bye’s throw-in from a narrow angle.

Cristian Penilla drilled home a right-footed shot in the 18th minute after Luis Caicedo forced a defensive miscue in the Orlando City backfield.

Dom Dwyer pulled Orlando City within 2-1, finishing Tony Rocha’s cross from close range in the 45th minute.