Kaká led Orlando City to a 6-1 rout of the New England Revolution at Orlando City Stadium, according to the Bent Musket. The goalscorers for Orlando City Sc were Antonio Nocerino (22'), Seb Hines (32'), Kaká (43', 77'), Dominic Dwyer (84') and Yoshimar Yotun (90'). Things got worse for Tom Soehn's side when midfielder Xavier Kouassi was given a straight red card in the eleventh minute. Immediately Kouassi was sent off, Orlando City began scoring from all angles. With this victory, Orlando City scaled up to ninth spot with thirty-eight points, while New England Revolution is eighth with the same point but superior on goal difference.

Here's an analysis of this encounter.

Orlando City SC outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Joe Bendik (6.70). Defender - Scott Sutter (6.91), Léo Pereira (6.21), Seb Hines (7.84), Donny Toia (6.82). Midfielder - Antonio Nocerino (eight points), Yoshimar Yotún (9.80), Servando Carrasco (seven points), Giles Barnes (6.97). Forward - Kaká (9.30), Dominic Dwyer (8.54). Used substitutes - Cyle Larin (6.74), Richie Laryea (6.70), Tommy Redding (6.62).

Team's strength and weakness: the Lions were fantastic at setting up goal bound opportunities from set pieces, long shot situations. Orlando's attackers were solid in front of goal but aggressive in their tackles.

Style of play: Orlando had more possession on Revolution's half, they attacked through the left flank, favored short passes and through balls.

New England Revolution outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Cody Cropper (5.86). Defender - Benjamin Angoua (5.42), Claude Dielna (5.55), Antonio Mlinar Delamea (six points), Chris Tierney (5.57). Midfielder - Teal Bunbury (6.68), Scott Caldwell (six points), Xavier Kouassi (5.23), Je-Vaughn Watson (six points).

Forward - Kei Kamara (6.58), Lee Nguyen (7.21). Used substitutes - Gershon Koffie (6.41), Daigo Kobayashi (5.83), Diego Fagundez (five points).

Team's strength and weakness: Tom Soehn's men were effective at creating chances from set pieces but were apparently weak at finishing. New England players were often caught offside and gave away several free kicks within their half.

Style of play: the Revs attacked through the center midfield, favored short passes and long-range shots.

Man of the match

Yoshimar Yotún was brilliant manning the central midfield role for Orlando City. His work rate in the midfield was significant and in the process, he scored a goal and provide two assists. Overall, Yotun completed eighty-one touches.

Both teams' upcoming fixtures

Orlando City will take on FC Dallas on Saturday 30 September. A day after, New England Revolution welcomes red-hot Atlanta United.