Following Wednesday night’s historic victory, will Charlotte FC win again?
In mid-week, Queen City beat NYCFC 3-1 in New Jersey, with Karol Świderski, Brandt Bronico and Christian Fuchs, the latter from the penalty spot, the scorers.
This is only the fourth time in MLS history an expansion club has beaten reigning MLS Cup champions, a feat previously achieved by Miami Fusion, Seattle Sounders and LAFC.
For Charlotte, this is only their second victory on the road, also beating Houston, but they have won eight of 12 home games so far.
So, if Christian Lattanzio’s team, who are currently tenth in the east, are to gatecrash the post-season places, they’ll need Bank of America Stadium to continue to be a fortress.
Orlando City meantime are currently in the top seven, albeit only on goal difference.
Coincidentally enough, they’re also coming off the back of a victory at Red Bull Arena, defeating RBNY 1-0 last weekend.
Facundo Torres the scorer in a crucial victory for the Lions.
Before this, Óscar Pareja’s team were winless in five, last winning on the road on 14 May.
So, who will make it back-to-back wins in North Carolina?