National team midfielder Kevin Molino produced a solid performance for Orlando City in their 1-1 draw with Canadian MLS side Toronto FC at the Walt Disney Pro Soccer Classic encounter played ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex on Saturday.
Molino, now on a four-year contract with Orlando ahead of their inaugural appearance in the MLS next year, came in for praise from club head coach Adrian Heath.
“I thought (Kevin) Molino and (Darwin) Ceren were the best two players on the field for both teams tonight, so that bodes well for the future,” added Heath.
According to reports, “After a slow start, Molino would also become increasingly active in the final third, leading to a few more quality opportunities from Orlando. In an effort to get more involved, the Trinidadian began drifting inside and coordinated two powerful efforts that kept Toronto Goalkeeper Joe Bendik on his toes.
“Molino’s presence in the center of the park would also lead to chances for his fellow attackers as the Midfielder gifted newly added player Corey Hertzog with a golden opportunity in the 31st minute that saw the Forward strike it over the bar.”