By the numbers: Atlanta United’s loss in playoffs

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By the numbers: Atlanta United’s loss in playoffs

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Branden Camp
Atlanta United fans cheer before an MLS game against at Columbus Crew at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017, in Atlanta. BRANDEN CAMP/SPECIAL

A by-the-numbers look at Atlanta United’s 3-1 loss in a penalty-kick shootout to Columbus on Thursday in the MLS playoffs at Mercedes-Benz Stadium:

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Wins team’s final five games. Team went 0-2-3 and scored four goals during that stretch.

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Playoff game in Atlanta United’s history.

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2

Losses at Mercedes-Benz Stadium for Atlanta United.

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Misses of penalty kicks for Atlanta United in the shootout.

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3

Of Atlanta United’s top four scorers this season that didn’t get to shoot. They were Josef Martinez, Miguel Almiron and Yamil Asad.

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Penalty kicks made by Columbus’ players in the shootout.

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Shots that hit bar during the first 120 minutes.

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10

Offsides call in regulation.

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13

Shots on target in game. Atlanta United had 8. Columbus had 5.

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41

Shots in regulation between the two teams. Atlanta United had 23 and Columbus had 18.

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55.9

Percent of the possession was controlled by Atlanta United.

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81.1

Passing accuracy for Atlanta United.

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67,221

Tickets sold, setting a new record in the MLS playoffs.  It broke the previous mark of 61,316 set in 2002 in a game between Los Angeles and New England.

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886,625

Tickets sold for 18 home games this season.

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