The Portland Timbers, down to 10 men in the second half, came from behind to draw 1-1 with Orlando City SC Sunday afternoon at Providence Park. Here are three key numbers to remember from the match.

1

Midfielder Cristhian Paredes scored a game-tying, penalty kick goal in the 80th minute. While it was his first goal of the season, it was also the first-ever penalty kick goal for Paredes in his MLS career.

12, 21

The Timbers have scored in 12-straight games in MLS play, dating back to Oct. 27, 2021. They have scored 21 goals overall in that span with Paredes becoming the fifth different Portland goalscorer in 2022.

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Portland's Claudio Bravo led all players on the field with six tackles. The defender also led the game with 102 touches.