1. Duncan McGuire
McGuire continues to impress and deliver for Orlando City in key moments. The rookie from Creighton University scored the equalizer in the 90+2' and helped rescue a point from an underwhelming performance on the road.
The Omaha, Nebraska, product pushed his team-leading goal tally to four. It's also his second clutch, result-altering goal as a second-half substitute after his winner against Minnesota United earlier this year.
It'll be interesting to see how Oscar Pareja balances the attack with two strikers showing starting quality and a mix of creative players underneath, but it's a good problem to have for a team needing goals in a bad way to start the season.