Brandon Austin made his third MLS appearance for Orlando City SC on Saturday. It was another solid performance from the 22 year old goalkeeper, as Orlando won the game 2-1, in Miami. Early on in the game and after a good start from Inter Miami, Brandon had to make an early save. After Lewis Morgan had passed the ball to Jay Chapman inside the Orlando penalty area, Chapman tried his luck on goal from about seven yards out. However, Austin matched his effort by making a really fine reflex save, as he got both hands on the powerful effort to push it away, before it was cleared. Not long afterwards the lively Lewis Morgan threaded a forward pass towards Brek Shea down the left side of the Orlando penalty area, but Austin came rushing out off his line to collect the ball in time, it was an important intervention. Later on in the half Austin managed to hold Jay Chapman’s effort from distance, before later punching clear Lewis Morgan’s corner kick. Constantly communicating with his defence, Austin didn’t have too much to do in the second half, apart from Inter Miami’s goal, which I certainly don’t think that he was at all at fault for. Inter Miami substitute Gonzalo Higuaín was allowed space to get his effort from about 30 yards away, and his quality effort was right in the inside netting of the bottom right hand corner of Austin’s goal, and despite him doing his best to get towards the ball, the effort was just too good. This was another strong performance from Brandon, who could potentially play again for Orlando next weekend, when they face New York Red Bulls.