Simon Dawkins - Orlando - 061816

ORLANDO, Fla. – The San Jose Earthquakes scored two late goals to snatch a road point against Orlando City SC on an emotional Saturday evening in central Florida, where victims of the recent Orlando attacks were honored with a series of tributes. A pair of second half substitutes, midfielder Shea Salinas and forward Chad Barrett, each tallied their first goal of the season in the dramatic 2-2 draw.


In the 11th minute, the Earthquakes used strong link-up play to work the ball up field before forward Quincy Amarikwa chipped a cross in front of goal. Orlando City keeper Joe Bendik came out to grab the ball, but it slipped out of his hands. As Simon Dawkins attempted to put the rebound away, Bendik was just able to recover and corral the loose ball.
Seven minutes later, Matias Perez Garcia played a through ball into the box for Dawkins, who controlled the pass and blasted a shot goalward from an acute angle that tailed over the crossbar.
Quakes goalkeeper David Bingham made a clutch save in the 52nd minute to keep the match scoreless. Facing a breakaway from reigning Rookie of the Year forward Cyle Larin, Bingham stayed low to kick-save a hard shot out of play.
Orlando was able to break the deadlock in the 66th minute when Hines’ header off an Adrian Winter corner kick found the back of the net.
San Jose leveled the score-line with just five minutes remaining in regulation. Salinas sent a cross to Barrett, who powerfully headed the ball past Bendik and into the corner of the net.


Orlando then scored one minute into stoppage time what seemed to ultimately be the game-winner. Julio Baptista shot a line drive that Bingham was able to deflect but not keep out.
Minutes later, with the final whistle looming, Salinas shot and scored the late equalizer after a loose ball fell to him near the penalty spot (watch). It proved to be the match’s final kick of the ball.


The Quakes return to action on Saturday, June 25 when they host the rival LA Galaxy at Stanford Stadium in the annual California Clasico, presented by your Bay Area BMW Centers. More than 43,000 tickets have already been sold for the match that has drawn over 50,000 fans each of the past four seasons. The match kicks off at 7:00 p.m. PT live on UniMas, 1590 KLIV and 1370 KZSF.
Notes:

  • San Jose is now 5-4-6 on the season and 0-4-4 on the road.
  • The Quakes have earned at least one point in four of the last five matches (1-1-3).
  • The Earthquakes are now 0-0-2 against Orlando City SC all-time, including a 0-0-1 record on the road.
  • San Jose welcomed back Panamanian midfielders Alberto Quintero (62 minutes) and Anibal Godoy (90 minutes), who each made their first start since leaving for Copa America.
  • Simon Dawkins made his first start since May 22 against LA, playing 90 minutes.
  • The Earthquakes played their first MLS regular season match in Florida since August 4, 2001 at Tampa Bay (L 2-0).
  • Forward Chad Barrett scored his first goal of the season, first as a member of the San Jose Earthquakes and first since October 4, 2015 as a member of Seattle Sounders FC against the LA Galaxy.
  • Midfielder Shea Salinas scored his first goal of the season and first since August 28, 2015 against the LA Galaxy. He also tallied his third assist of the season and first since April 13.
  • Salinas recorded a goal and an assist in a single game for the first time since June 29, 2013.
  • The Quakes tallied two goals in the 85th minute or later for the first time since June 29, 2013, when the club scored twice in extra time to defeat the Galaxy 3-2. Salinas was responsible for scoring one and assisting the other that night as well.
  • San Jose remains undefeated against the Eastern Conference this season (1-0-3).


MLS Regular Season
San Jose Earthquakes 2 – Orlando City SC 2
June 18, 2016 – Camping World Stadium in Orlando, FL
Attendance: 37,194
Scoring Summary: ORL – Seb Hines (Adrian Winter) 66; SJ – Chad Barrett (Shea Salinas) 85); ORL – Julio Baptista (Carlos Rivas) 90+1; SJ – Shea Salinas (unassisted) 90+4.
Misconduct Summary: SJ – Fatai Alashe (caution) 37; SJ – Shaun Francis (caution) 39; SJ – Victor Bernardez (caution) 46; ORL – Seb Hines (caution) 49; ORL – Cristian Higuita (caution) 69.
SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES: David Bingham; Shaun Francis (Chad Barrett 78), Victor Bernardez, Marvell Wynne, Kofi Sarkodie; Alberto Quintero (Shea Salinas 62), Anibal Godoy, Fatai Alashe (Innocent 78), Matias Perez Garcia; Simon Dawkins, Quincy Amariwka.
SHOTS: 15; SHOTS ON GOAL: 4; SAVES: 4; FOULS: 14; CORNER KICKS: 2; OFFSIDES: 1.
ORLANDO CITY SC: Joseph Bendik; Kevin Alston, Tommy Redding, Seb Hines, Luke Boden (Julio Baptista 62); Adrian Winter (Carlos Rivas 87), Servando Carrasco, Cristian Higuita, Brek Shea; Cyle Larin (Antonio Nocerino 78), Kevin Molina.
SHOTS: 14; SHOTS ON GOAL: 6; SAVES: 2; FOULS: 18; CORNER KICKS: 6; OFFSIDES: 0.