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Brenner led FC Cincinnati to defeat Orlando City and set a franchise record

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Brenner scored in the second half and FC Cincinnati beat Orlando City 1-0 on Friday night to set a franchise record with their seventh win.

Luciano Acosta scored a goal with her seventh assist this season.

FC Cincinnati (7-7-2, 23 points) won only 14 games in the first three MLS campaigns before this season turned around under first-year coach Pat Noonan. I did. Cincinnati won six games in 2019.

FC Cincinnati goalkeeper Roman Celentano made two saves, recording the third shutout of the season.

Pedro Gallese was great on the Orlando City net (7-6-4, 25 points). He made eight saves.

Cincinnati had a 14-7 edge on the shoot and placed 9s on two Orlando targets.

FC Cincinnati has defeated Orlando City for the second time this season. Cincinnati recorded a 2-1 road win on March 12.

Cincinnati dominated the scoring chance but failed to score one on the net until Brenner's rebound goal in the 65th minute. The

sequence began with a shot of the right foot by Acosta stopped by Gadese. Acosta collected the rebounds and sent the pass to Brenner. Brenner was open near the net and punched the ball over Gadesse for his first goal of the season.

Orlando City had a chance to tie in the 82nd minute, but Antonio Carlos sent a header to the left side of the net.

Gagese made three stellar saves in the first half of the scoreless.

Nick Hagglund had two solid opportunities. The first shot was a short-range right foot shot stopped by Gadese in the 15th minute.

In the 38th minute, Alvaro Barreal fired a blast with his left foot from outside the box that Gajese saved.

One minute later, Haris Medunjanin made a corner kick and sent the ball to the area in front of the net. Hagrund snapped off the header of the point blank that Gadesse knocked out.

Gagese rejoined it early in the second half. Brandon Vazquez of Cincinnati sent a header to the net, and Gadgeté distracted it in the 53rd minute.

Eleven minutes later, Acosta sent a blast on his right foot just above the net. The mistake happened just before Cincinnati finally passed Gagese.

– Field-level media