The Uruguayan midfielder scored on the scoreboard on the last day of the group stage. The two teams were already classified to the final phase.
Orlando City and Philadelphia Union disputed this Monday the meeting that closed the Group A of the competition MLS is Back. In the end, the match ended with a tie for 1-1, although the two teams were already classified to the next instance.
Brazilian Ilson opened the scoring in the complement and put Philadelphia ahead. But a couple of minutes later, Uruguayan Mauricio Pereyra, from Orlando, appeared to match the actions.
In this way, Orlando City finished first in the area with seven units, the same as the Philadelphia Union, although the Florida players finished with a better goal difference.
In addition to Pereyra, Peruvian goalkeeper Pedro Gallese was the starter in Orlando. More South Americans joined the complement: the Ecuadorian Sebastián Méndez and the Colombians Santiago Patiño and Andreas Perea.
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