Miguel Berry saves the crew

73. But after entering the matchI Minutes, forward Miguel Berry hit the goal twice instead of once, and the Columbus Crew beat Cincinnati FC 3-2 at Lower.com Field on Friday night.

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The 23-year-old Spaniard won the first game with 81. tied onI Minute. Taking advantage of a generous comeback from goalkeeper Kenneth Vermeer, the hero of the day made a low shot further up the ropes.

After less than two minutes, cut and stick the berry. His teammate Alexandru Mutton fired a shot from a tight angle; Vermeer made the save, but again saw the crew benefit from his return.

The Crew ended a six-game losing streak. So Columbus had no idea of ​​the joy of victory since July 24.

Lucas Zellarain was the other scorer for the winners, while Ronald Matarita and Isaac Atanga hit the mark for Cincinnati FC. The Ohio club has not won since June 26. Since then, they have conceded four defeats and played in seven draws.

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Later that night, Orlando City SC and Inter Miami FC drew 0–0 at Orlando City Stadium.

Coach Oscar Pareja’s team was in possession of the ball for 55 percent of the game and landed 16 shots, but only three hit the target.

Orlando forward Gonzalo Higuain thought he had opened the scoring in first stoppage time, but made an offside before putting the ball into the back of the net.

For Miami, we also tested the goalkeeper twice.

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