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