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Lynn, Gallese make big plays late to help Orlando City beat Earthquakes
Hernan Lopez Munoz tries to keep possession for the San Jose Earthquakes while challenged by Ivan Angulo and Facundo Torres (10) of Orlando City SC on Saturday at PayPal Park. - photo by SEAN KAHLER

SAN JOSE (AP) — Jack Lynn scored in the 89th minute and Pedro Gallese had four saves to help Orlando City beat the San Jose Earthquakes 1-0 Saturday night.

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San Jose Earthquakes defender Rodrigues battles for the header with Orlando City SC's Wilder Cartagena. - photo by SEAN KAHLER
Pedro Gallese made a diving, one-hand save of a shot by Jack Skahan in the 88th minute and then, on the counter-attack, Lynn scored the winning goal.

Iván Angulo raced down the left side and cut back to evade a defender near the corner of the area before playing an arcing cross to Martin Ojeda, whose volley redirected the ball to Lynn for the finish from the top of the 6-yard box.

Gallese, who had a clean sheet in the season opener, had his second consecutive shutout and his third of the season.

Orlando (4-5-4) won in San Jose for the first time in four tries all time.

Will Yarbrough had three saves for San Jose (3-10-1).

The Earthquakes were coming off a 4-2 loss Wednesday night against the Portland Timbers in which San Jose blew a two-goal lead.

Orlando City won its last match against the Earthquakes 5-0 on June 22, 2021.