Orlando City tied New York City FC 1-1 on Wednesday night and extended its unbeaten streak to eleven games in Major League Soccer. Chris Mueller scored the goal for the team coached by Oscar Pareja, while Keaton Parks scored the tie for the squad led by Ronny Deila.
Orlando City has reached 31 points and positioned itself in fourth place of the Eastern Conference, which is led by Toronto Fc, with 38 points. However, the most admirable detail is that Orlando City reached an incredible record of eleven games in a row without losing in MLS.
The Lions have not been defeated since August 22, when they lost 3-2 to Inter Miami. Since then, they have beaten Nashville, Atlanta United, Chicago Fire, Sporting KC and New York Red Bulls. In addition, they have tied against Nashville, Atlanta United (twice), FC Dallas and New York City.
During those eleven games, Orlando City scored 20 goals and conceded only nine. The team's top scorers have been Benji Michel and Chris Mueller, both with four goals. In addition, defenders Joao Moutinho, Robin Jansson, Rodrigo Schlegel and Antonio Carlos played a key role in the games.