Orlando City, San Jose play to draw on emotional night

Orlando City, San Jose play to draw on emotional night

Published Jun. 18, 2016 10:12 p.m. ET

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Shea Salinas scored on the last touch of the game in the fourth minute of stoppage time to give San Jose a 2-2 draw with Orlando City on an emotional Saturday night that focused on the events a week ago when 49 people were killed in an attack at a local nightclub.

There were three goals in the last 10 minutes, adding to the emotions when the families of 49 people were gunned down in the Pulse nightclub and the first responders were recognized before the game.

It appeared Orlando would have the victory when Julio Baptista scored in the 90th minute, trapping a pass from Carlos Rivas and spinning around to rocket a left-footed shot that diving San Jose keeper David Bingham got a hand on but couldn't keep it out of the net.

With time running out, Salinas fed the ball to Quincy Amarikwa in tight quarters inside the box and broke for the goal. Orlando's Servando Carrasco slid to take the ball from Amarikwa but it went right to Shea, who beat Joe Bendik.


Salinas also had an assist when the Earthquakes tied the game in the 85th minute, sending a perfect pass across to Chad Barrett as he broke behind the defense to head the ball low into the net.

Orlando (3-3-8), which ran its unbeaten streak to four games, opened the scoring in the 66th minute when Seb Hines out-jumped a defender to head in Adrian Winter's corner.

Orlando had (hash)orlandounited patches on their jerseys and there was a moment of silence in the 49th minute. San Jose players also wore black armbands and Orlando Pride patches.

San Jose (5-4-6) is winless in eight road games, including four draws.