Thorns FC vs. OL Reign | NWSL Fall Series | Sept. 30, 2020 - 7:00 p.m. PT | Twitch
In their second match of the NWSL Fall Series, Portland Thorns FC will take on OL Reign on Wednesday night at Providence Park at 7pm PT.
The match is presented by Toyota and will be broadcast free on Twitch.
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- WATCH: Parsons: "Building, strengthening the the belief and the confidence"
- WATCH: Horan: "It's another opportunity for us to get better"
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- READ: Player Journal | Reflections on the NWSL Challenge Cup from Emily Menges
- READ: NWSL and Verizon launch Verizon Community Shield Competition
- LISTEN: Thorns Matchday Playlist
#Statman's Numbers for #PORvOLR
2Clean sheets – Goalkeeper Britt Eckerstrom has two shutouts in her three appearances for the Thorns this year. Eckerstrom has 10 shutouts in all NWSL competitions for her career.
15Spread the Love – With an assist in her last match, defender Meghan Klingenberg now has 15 assists for her Thorns career in all competitions. Both of Klingenberg's assists in 2020 have been on headed goals.
3Quick Results – Just three minutes into her pro debut, forward Sophia Smith delivered a goal. The 20-year-old forward played 22 minutes off the bench in her debut.
1+1All-around success – Midfielder Lindsey Horan delivered both a goal and assist against Utah in Portland's last match. It was the fourth time in Horan's Thorns career that she had both a goal and assist in the same match.
2XThem again– For the first time in 2020, Thorns FC will play an opponent for a second time. Portland and OL Reign drew 0-0 at the NWSL Challenge Cup on July 13.
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