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Atlanta United 4, Chicago 0: By the numbers


A by-the-numbers look at Atlanta United’s 4-0 win against Chicago on Saturday at Georgia Tech’s Bobby Dodd Stadium:

0

Goals allowed by Atlanta United for its first shutout this season.

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1

Goal scored by Hector Villalba, his first this season.

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1

Red card against Chicago’s Johan Kappelhoff in the 12th minute of the game. He was whistled for dragging down Josef Martinez, who was sent into a space on a pass by Julian Gressel.

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2

Goals scored by Martinez, bringing this total to five in the past two games.

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3

Chances created by Hector Villalba, the most in the game.

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4

Game road trip upcoming for Atlanta United. It includes trips to Seattle, Toronto, Montreal and Real Salt Lake.

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6

Shots for Chicago, including three on target.

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6

Points for Atlanta United this season from its first three games.

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12

Corners for Atlanta United to one for Chicago.

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14

Shots for Atlanta United, including six on target.

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28

Duels won by Atlanta United.

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31

Duels won by Chicago.

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82.9

Percent possession in the game for Atlanta United.

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137

Successful passes for Leandro Pirez, which led both teams. He also led both teams with 144 touches.

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45,922

Announced attendance for Saturday’s game.

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100,000 (at least)

Have attended Atlanta United’s first two home games.

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Previous by the numbers

Atlanta United 6, Minnesota United 1

New York Red Bulls 2, Atlanta United 1



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