Orlando City SC's Brek Shea shows support for Pulse victims with rainbow cleats

Major League Soccer player Brek Shea is showing his support for the Orlando shooting victims both on his jersey and on his feet.

Shea, a member of Orlando City SC, crafted rainbow cleats with "No More Hate" written on one side of them and "#OrlandoStrong" on the other to honor the 49 people who were killed and at least 53 people wounded last Sunday at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando.

One of the cleats has a heart on it, while the other has an electrocardiography (EKG) vector to represent Pulse.

Orlando City plays San Jose in Orlando on Saturday night, and the team added an Orlando United insignia in the center of its jerseys.

Shea's gesture garnered attention from Ashlyn Harris, a member of the National Women's Soccer League's Orlando Pride, who have a road game on Saturday and will also be playing for the first time since the shooting.

Ashlyn is right: Brek does rock.