2. Facundo Torres
This was the Facundo Torres Orlando City fans expected to start the season. The Uruguayan talent is playing more centrally with Mauricio Pereyra's injury, and Torres is a natural fit as more of a central creative force.
He showed more creativity and was more dangerous than almost any other game this season. Torres created four chances, had five succesful dribbles, drew five fouls and assisted Kara on the opening goal. While he didn't create chances for himself, he served as the creative engine Orlando needs in attack.
We're still waiting for the attack as a whole to gel, and new DP Martín Ojeda continues to deliver inconsistent peformances in his first MLS season, but Torres as a No. 10 is a promising development that could help kickstart his season.