Atlanta United 2, NYCFC 2: By the numbers


A by-the-numbers look at Atlanta United’s game against NYCFC on Sunday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium:

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Goal for Chris McCann, after he scored in the 56th minute to give Atlanta United a 2-1 lead.

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Goal disallowed after the use of VAR when Darlington Nagbe’s strike in the first half was taken off the board after referee Allen Chapman ruled that Josef Martinez committed an offside offense.

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Goal scored by Alexander Ring for NYCFC. His shot from slammed into the upper left corner of the goal.

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3

Goals for Greg Garza with Atlanta United after he opened the scoring on Sunday.

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5

Games unbeaten in its last five for Atlanta United.

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10

Shots for NYCFC, five on goal.

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13

Points this season for Atlanta United, which is second in the East behind NYCFC, which has 17 in seven games played.

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16

Shots for Atlanta United, four on goal.

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18

Open play crosses for Atlanta United. NYCFC had two.

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21

Minutes for Ezequiel Barco in his Atlanta United debut.

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51.3

Percent of the duels were won by NYCFC.

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54.9

Percent of the possession was controlled by NYCFC.

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45,001

Tickets sold and distributed.


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