NEW YORK (AP) — Kevin Molino scored in extra time to give Orlando City a 2-2 tie with New York City FC on Sunday.

Molino put away a header from the center of the box in the 94th minute to extend Orlando City’s unbeaten streak to three games. Carlos Rivas fired a cross to the far post that Cyle Larin centered to set up Molino’s sixth goal of the season.

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Frederic Brillant scored his first career MLS goal in the 42nd minute, and David Villa chipped in from the center of the box to give NYC a 2-0 lead in the 66th.

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Julio Baptista, off a feed from Molino, rolled a right footer past Josh Saunders into the bottom-left corner _ his first goal in MLS _ to pull Orlando City (3-3-7) within striking distance about 6 minutes later.

NYC (4-4-6) is winless in its last two matches after going unbeaten in its previous five.

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