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Molino on target as Orlando tame Lions
Soca Warriors midfielder, Kevin Molino notched his league best tenth goal of the season as Orlando City SC extended its undefeated streak to a club record 15 games with a 2-0 victory against the Dayton Dutch Lions FC at DOC Stadium on a hot, humid Sunday afternoon at West Carrollton, Ohio, USA.
Adama Mbengue opened the scoring for the Lions early in the second half, while Molino added his in second-half stoppage time, off his own rebound to put the game away to join Richmond's Matt Delicate with ten goals to lead USL PRO.
With the win, the Lions improved to 39 points from 15 matches, nine clear of Richmond Kickers ahead of their meeting with third placed LA Galaxy II and Pittsburgh Riverhounds Sunday and tomorrow, respectively.
Over in Finland, T&T duo, Shahdon Winchester and Jamal Gay were both on target for their respective clubs in the Veikkausliiga.
Winchester netted his league best sixth goal of the season for FF Jaro in a 1-1 draw against MYPA but was then sidelined for its 1-0 loss to Lahti on Tuesday, while national team-mate Aubrey David played the 90 minutes in both contest.
And T&T striker, Gay, got his first league goal for his new club, RoPS in 3-0 blanking of Inter Turku, but was not among the goals in their 1-1 draw with MYPA on Monday.
Following Tuesday’s match, HJK leads the 12-team table with 36 points from 16 matches, nine clear of Lahti which has a match in hand followed by SJK with 24 from 14, Jaro, fourth with 23, the same as MYPA and KUPS, sixth with 21 while RoPS, is second from bottom with 15 points from 16 matches.
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