3. Facundo Torres
Torres has his goal! After getting his first MLS assist last weekend, the Uruguayan playmaker scored his first league goal on a breakaway opportunity early in the match. It was the winger's only clear goalscoring chance of the game, but he took it well. He didn't do that much else in the game, but Orlando's hyper-defensive performance greatly limited what Torres could do in the final third. His pace and commitment defensively were invaluable in keeping that defensive performance and he showed value beyond scoring and assisting goals.