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Orlando City held scoreless for first time
July 18th, 2014 12:56AM

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[USL PRO: Week 18] Defending champion Orlando City had to settle for a 0-0 tie at Sacramento Republic FC, marking the first time it has been held scoreless all season. But the draw extended its unbeaten streak to 18 games. The match drew a sell-out crowd of 8,000.

USL PRO WEEK 18, Results:
Monday, July 14
Charlotte 0 Sacramento 1
Thursday, July 17
Pittsburgh 2 Charlotte 0
OKC Energy FC 1 Arizona United 1
Sacramento 0 Orlando City 0

USL PRO WEEK 18, Schedule:
Friday, July 18
7:00 pm ET
Harrisburg vs. Wilmington
Saturday, July 19
7:00 pm ET
Dayton vs. Charlotte
Richmond vs. Charleston
7:05 pm ET
Rochester vs. Wilmington
8:00 pm ET
OKC Energy FC vs. LA Galaxy II
10:00 pm ET
Arizona United vs. Orange County



USL PRO, Standings:
PTS TEAM W-L-T GF/GA
46 Orlando City 14-0-4 35/11
35 Richmond 9-1-8 36/17
33 Sacramento 10-6-3 27/22
31 LA Galaxy II 9-5-4 36/25
27 Rochester 7-6-6 18/15
27 Orange County 9-10-0 25/32
22 OKC Energy 6-7-4 22/24
21 Wilmington 5-2-6 20/16
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19 Harrisburg 5-7-4 22/24
18 Charlotte 5-11-3 19/26
17 Charleston 4-7-5 16/17
17 Pittsburgh 4-11-5 20/31
17 (-2) Arizona Utd. 5-9-4 17/32
17 Dayton 5-12-2 21/40

USL PRO, Leading Scorers:
G PLAYER, TEAM
12 Aaron Schoenfeld, Dayton
12 Matthew Delicate, Richmond
11 Kevin Molino, Orlando City
8 Chandler Hoffman, LA Galaxy II
7 George Davis, Richmond


1 comment
  1. Tom Lowry
    commented on: July 18, 2014 at 12:56 p.m.
    I was at this match. I was expecting much more from Orlando given the standings. Sacramento was the better team much of the match with, I believe, more shots on goal, corners and possession. Even with a man down in the last 15 minutes of match Sacramento continued to attack.


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