Adam Buksa scores in stoppage time as New England draw Orlando, 2-2 | MLS HIGHLIGHTS | FOX SOCCER

Adam Buksa scored two goals, one in stoppage time, as the New England Revolution came back to draw Orlando City SC, 2-2. New England trailed 2-0 until the 81st minute when Buksa scored his first goal. Then, trailing 2-1, he scored in the 93rd minute to secure a 2-2 draw.

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