2. Martín Ojeda
Ojeda scored his first Orlando City goal, and the Argentine attacker had another called back for offsides. The former Godoy Cruz captain got in to goal dangerous areas often against Charlotte, and he was one of the more dangerous Lions in the final third.
Orlando's attack was disjointed at times, but Ojeda filled in well as a secondary goal scorer. He finished with a game-high seven shots and also created a chance. If there's a problem with performance, though, it's the efficiency.
He was offside on the opening goal, and only two of his seven shots were on target. Ojeda still needs to reach another level of sharpness to become the star attacker Orlando expects.