Orlando City benefit from the Fire's 2 own goals for 3-2 win

BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. (AP) - Cyle Larin tied it for Orlando City in the 82nd minute and the Chicago Fire's Adailton netted his second own goal of the game 4 minutes later to complete Orlando City's 3-2 comeback victory Saturday night.

Larin, who entered as a substitute in the 66th minute, scored the late equalizer on a hooking blast from outside the box - the rookie's fifth goal in nine games.

Carlos Rivas then sent in the cross in the 86th minute and that forced Adailton's defensive blunder and gave Orlando City (4-5-5) the decisive goal.

David Accam gave Chicago (4-7-2) a 2-1 lead with a right-footed strike in the 57th minute, and Kennedy Igboananike put the Fire in front early with the opening goal in the ninth minute.

Adailton's first own goal tied it for Orlando City 1-1 in the 40th minute. It was a helpless deflection after Fire goalkeeper John Busch's punched the ball off Adailton while trying to save Sean St. Ledger's header.

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