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Aurelien Collin scored in the 90th minute and Orlando City rallied from a two-goal deficit and tied the New England Revolution 2-2 on Friday night.

May 09, 2015

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Aurelien Collin scored in the 90th minute and Orlando City rallied from a two-goal deficit and tied the New England Revolution 2–2 on Friday night.

Orlando City (2-4-3), which had not scored in three straight home matches, capped its comeback whenLuke Boden crossed to Collin. His header hit the crossbar and bounced in with goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth unable to get a hand on it.

Rafael Ramos crossed to Cyle Larin, who scored on a header in the 75th minute to give Orlando City its first goal since its home opener against New York City on March 8.

New England (5-2-3) took advantage of defensive mistakes to extend its unbeaten streak to eight games while denying expansion OC its first home win.

Charlie Davies and Kelyn Rowe each scored for the Revolution.

Davies stole the ball from Amobi Okugo in the first half and to a goal in a fourth straight match. In the 71st minute, Ramos attempted a chest pass to goalkeeper Donovan Ricketts, but didn't see Rowe, who stole it and scored easily.

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