FC Cincinnati salvage one point in the 92' against Orlando City B

In front of 25,308, FC Cincinnati set a new USL regular season attendance record. Djiby Fall did not play, and Kyle Greig took his place as the starting striker. FCC in the 6th minute saw Kyle Greig head in a ball that was perfectly placed from the recently extended Josu.

Orlando City B, that brought several MLS players, took down Greig in the box around the 8th minute, but midfielder Aohdan Quinn shot the PK to the right of the goalie, exactly where he was diving. Then Orlando City B took that momentum scored and then scored a game following halftime. FCC, who had 19 shots but only four on target, subbed in Danni Konig, and as usual, he made an immediate impact. In the 92', he kicked in FCC's second goal. Konig sent the fans to fireworks on a decently happy note. While they would have liked to garner three points from the home game, FC Cincinnati will be happy to have just the one.

Here are the highlights from the thrilling draw.
Following this game, FC Cincinnati sits in sixth place with 31 points. While not a tremendous record at 8-7-7, it should be good enough to get them into the Eastern Conference playoffs. Orlando City B tied their sixth straight game and their 10th of the year. They sit at No. 9, breaking away from the four teams knotted at 24.


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