Orlando City is looking for a win to climb to the top of the Eastern District, but it faces a tough game against Cincinnati. The Lions have struggled, but Pedro Galeese has emerged as a great figure in the team, not only for his interferences under the three positions, but also when it comes to playing.
The match at TQL Stadium started with great intensity and the Peruvian goalkeepers team was struggling, given that the local club was aggressive and motivated by the support of its fans. The homeowner’s job was to take advantage of the scoreboard, and so they applied high pressure, to generate an error.
Despite the major inconvenience, Orlando City did not give up on the idea of coming up with passes to the turf from goal, with Pedro Galeese giving the first touch. In this context, the goalkeeper shone in a dangerous scene seven minutes ago, after moving away from his three positions and positioning himself to the right of his area.
The “octopus” controlled the ball, took a long time to decide what to do and received the sign of Brenner, who was ready to steal the ball. However, at the last moment, the goalkeeper managed to fake a bodily movement, outplayed the Cincinnati forward and got out of trouble with an accurate removal of Rowan.
Orlando City fans were calmer, although that wouldn’t take away the horror they had for a split second. In the same way, during the first half, Pedro Galeese continued to play the hero of the match and had as many as three key interventions to block the opponent’s goal.
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