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Orlando City FC pays a visit to Toronto FC on Wednesday coming off its worst defensive run of the season and in need of points against one of the league's best attacking teams. The Lions have lost three straight while conceding four goals in each contest, most recently in a 4-1 defeat at D.C. United on Saturday. "The problem seems pretty obvious," Orlando coach Jason Kreis told mlssoccer.com after Saturday's loss.
The Union left the country for a big game over the weekend and did not return to the United States with a win as they hoped. But they did come back with a hard-earned point against the top team in the conference as well as the first MLS goal from their marquee summer signing, while inching closer to the playoffs. Here’s a look at Saturday’s 1-1 draw with the Toronto FC and what lies ahead with three regular-season games left. Three thoughts about Saturday’s game 1. It took Alejandro Bedoya almost two months to score his first MLS goal … but what a goal it was. After collecting a pass from Fabian Herbers midway through the first half (just barely avoiding being offside), the U.S. national team