A 2-2 draw for Orlando City at home against Columbus Crew was not enough for the watching home fans, but thanks to Pedro Ribeiro long range in the 89th minute to level the scoreline.
Kei Kamara’s flying start to the 2015 season continued on Sunday with the forward scoring his tenth goal in 12 games against Orlando City—the fastest in club history.
The former Boro striker (pictured) continues to lead the league in goals and despite Columbus Crew away from home played with one man less after an early red card, Kaka’s Orlando City failed to convert numerous scoring opportunities.
Brazilian veteran Kaka equalizer came from the spot in the 17th minute after Tchani had given Crew SC the lead against the run of play in the 6 minutes.
The center referee awarded a spot kick because Boden corner kick was handled by Crew defender Michael Parkhurst.
Sierra Leone striker Kei Kamara as usual was busy at the other end of the pitch. The Crew’s star forward headed home in 61st minute to give the Crew a 2-1 lead.
Orlando City’s fans reacted to Kamara’s goal celebration, and to almost every play, according to Crew SC.
They throw plastic bottles onto the field, triggering a stadium announcement asking them to refrain from throwing objects onto the field.