Orlando City and FC Dallas played out a goalless draw at #Orlando City Stadium, according to Fox Sports. Both teams were looking to build on their mid-week victories, but neither side was able to actualize it. However, the hosts had the upper chance to break the deadlock in the second half when Yoshimar Yotun almost tapped home the lead. This was denied by FCD goalie Jesse Gonzalez, who made fabulous saves to keep the #Match scoreless. Nevertheless, the match outcome is an acceptable result for Óscar Pareja's side, earning a crucial road point at Orlando. The Lions is ninth with thirty-nine points, while FC Dallas is sixth with forty-two points.

Here's the match report in detail.

Orlando City SC outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Joe Bendik (7.52). Defender - Scott Sutter (6.56), Jonathan Spector (7.32), Seb Hines (7.33), Donny Toia (6.88). Midfielder - Antonio Nocerino (6.18), Yoshimar Yotún (7.57), Servando Carrasco (6.12), Giles Barnes (seven points). Forward - Kaká (5.92), Dominic Dwyer (5.86). Used substitutes - Cyle Larin (six points), Richie Laryea (6.40), Carlos Rivas (six points).

Team's strength and weakness: Orlando City were solid at creating chances in front of goal through set pieces but poor at finishing.

Style of play: Jason Kreis' played with width and largely attacked through the left side. In addition, they favored through balls and crosses.

FC Dallas outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Jesse Gonzalez (7.39).

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Defender - Hernán Grana (6.47), Atiba Harris (7.45), Matt Hedges (6.90), Maynor Figueroa (7.14). Midfielder - Javier Morales (7.23), Carlos Gruezo (7.43), Roland Lamah (6.19), Mauro Díaz (6.60), Tesho Akindele (6.82). Forward - Maximiliano Urruti (6.32). Used substitutes - Michael Barrios (5.87), Kellyn Acosta (6.13), Walker Zimmerman (six points).

Teams strength and weakness: Óscar Pareja's side often stole possession from Orlando City players but were weak at scoring.

Style of play: FCD played long and short passes with space. They attacked down the right side.

Man of the match

Yoshimar Yotún played very well for Orlando City. He almost found the back of the net in the stoppage time but was prevented by Jesse Gonzalez. Yotun attempted two shots on target, made four key passes and completed a total of ninety-four touches.

Both teams' next fixtures

Colorado Rapids will welcome #Fc Dallas on Sunday 8 October. A week later, Orlando City will play host to Columbus Crew SC.