The Portland Timbers wrapped up the 2020 regular season with a 1-1 draw to Los Angeles FC on Sunday night at Banc of California Stadium. Here are three #StatMan takeaways from the match.
1 With his 90th-minute game-tying goal, defender Jorge Villafaña scored his first goal since 2015. The goal was the first header that Villafana has put on goal for the Timbers in his 102 matches for the club.
7Diego Valeri delivered his seventh assist of the season on Portland's late equalizer. Valeri has had seven or more assists in all eight of his seasons with the club.
2.33 The Timbers finish the season with 21 goals over their nine road games. The 2.33 goals per road game is the second-highest average for a season in MLS history behind only the 1998 LA Galaxy.