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Orlando City SC 2, Columbus Crew SC 2

 

Orlando City SC vs. Columbus Crew SC

 

Pedro Ribeiro’s return to action ruined Kei Kamara’s smash-and-grab raid for Columbus Crew SC at Orlando City SC on Saturday, salvaging a point for the home side with a stunning 89th-minute strike.

With his side trailing 2-1 to a visiting team that had played a man down for much of the game, substitute Ribeiro — seeing his first action since April 3 — let fly with an opportunistic low drive from 25 yards that buried itself in the bottom right corner.

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Columbus Crew SC 0, Valencia CF 1

 

Columbus Crew SC vs. Valencia CF

 

Crew SC hosted six-time Spanish First Division (La Liga) champion Valencia CF in an international friendly at MAPFRE Stadium Wednesday night. The Black & Gold subdued Valencia’s penetrating offense, but Alvaro Negredo’s goal in the 33rd minute sealed the victory for the Spain-based club.

Crew SC Head Coach and Sporting Director Gregg Berhalter said he was thankful for the opportunity to play a high-quality team like Valencia CF.

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Columbus Crew SC 2, Chicago Fire 2

 

Columbus Crew SC vs. Chicago Fire

 

A third brace of the season from Kei Kamara was not enough to earn a win for Columbus Crew SC on Friday night, as the Chicago Fire scored a 94th-minute equalizer to stun the home team at MAPFRE Stadium.

The last-minute goal came as part of a late Fire onslaught after Crew SC dominated most of the game, leaving the home team regretting several missed opportunities throughout the match.

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San Jose Earthquakes 2, Columbus Crew SC 0

 

San Jose Earthquakes vs. Columbus Crew SC

 

Chris Wondolowski moved one goal away from joining MLS’ Century Club as the San Jose Earthquakes beat 10-man Columbus Crew SC 2-0 Saturday night.

Wondolowski broke through for his 99th career regular-season MLS goal against a depleted Crew SC side that played with 10 men for almost an hour after Mohammed Saeid’s first-half red card. Shea Salinas added his first goal of 2015 shortly thereafter to extend San Jose’s unbeaten streak to four straight and move the Quakes (5-4-2) into sole possession of fourth place in the Western Conference.

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