1. Martín Ojeda
This guys is going to be special. He's the exact blend of of creativity, athleticism and technicality that Orlando needed to send its stagnant attack into overdrive.
Despite being a similar type of player to Facundo Torres, Ojeda never seemed to clash with the Uruguayan playmaker and created good balance between the duo. The Argentine winger slotted as more of a No. 10, central midfield role in this game which allowed him to orchestrate the game much more effectively.
His ability in the final third is extremely tantalizing as well, with pinpoint switches of play, searing balls in behind and the ability to drive a shot with his left peg. Ojeda is a superstar in the waiting.