Portland's United Soccer League team gives up two second-half goals on penalty kicks and loses for the 12th time in 14 games this season

Things are still not OK with the Portland Timbers 2 in the win-loss column.

The Oklahoma City Energy added to T2's dismal record with a 3-1 victory Friday night at Providence Park.

OKC Energy used two penalty kicks in a four-minute stretch of the second half to notch its first road win of the United Soccer League season.

The teams were tied 1-1, with Portland midfielder Villyan Bijev scoring on a PK in the 40th minute and the Energy equalizing two minutes later.

The other OKC Energy goals came in the 74th and 78th minutes before a crowd of 2,317.

Portland goalie Kendall McIntosh made two saves, with the visitors taking 15 shots, earning 11 corner kicks, and putting eight shots on goal.

T2 had 14 shots, five on goal, and four corner kicks

Timbers 2 fell to 1-12-1.

OKC Energy improved to 4-5-2.

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