Orlando City had over 60,000 fans in attendance for their season opener and, within 20 minutes, were up a man after Real Salt Lake's Demar Phillips was shown a red card. All was going well and it looked like a party was going to break out at the Citrus Bowl.

But RSL scored, despite being down a man, then Orlando got a red card of their own to lose the man advantage and Salt Lake added another to go ahead 2-0. The Lions' party had turned into a wake and in the fourth minute of four minutes of stoppage time, everyone just wanted to hear the final whistle and go home.


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Stoppage time comeback ✅@OrlandoCitySC comes from behind to tie 2-2 with #RSL https://t.co/ZwSFiSoHUn

— Major League Soccer (@MLS) March 6, 2016


That's two goals in 64 seconds. The final 64 seconds. And one of the most improbable comebacks in MLS history.

.@OrlandoCitySC is the first team in @MLS history to score twice at 90'+4 or later of a regular-season game.

— Paul Carr (@PCarrESPN) March 6, 2016

Forget the part where Real Salt Lake inexplicably had men well upfield while protecting a lead in the final minute with 10 men. Or that it's the first match of the season so not only are the defenders not sharp, they're probably also not at their peak fitness. Just embrace the madness.

The 2016 MLS season is off to a wild start. Unless you're RSL, but they probably still haven't figured out what hit them anyway.

Start the party up again, Orlando.