Atlanta United 0, Seattle 0: By the numbers

Atlanta United players make a wall as Seattle Sounders forward Nicolas Lodeiro, right, takes a free kick in the first half of an MLS soccer match, Friday, March 31, 2017, in Seattle. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
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Atlanta United players make a wall as Seattle Sounders forward Nicolas Lodeiro, right, takes a free kick in the first half of an MLS soccer match, Friday, March 31, 2017, in Seattle. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

A by-the-number look at Atlanta United’s 0-0 draw with Seattle on Friday at CenturyLink Field:

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Shot on target for Seattle, its fewest at home since May 23, 2015 against Sporting Kansas City.

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of Atlanta United’s 3 Designated Players that started. The starter was Hector Villalba. Josef Martinez is out injuired. Miguel Almiron came off the bench.

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2

Yellow cards against Atlanta United. One came against Julian Gressel in the 20th minute and one against Yamil Asad in the 43rd minute.

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2

Times Seattle hit the post or crossbar in the second half.

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Shots on target for Atlanta United.

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18

Fouls called against Atlanta United. Seven were called against Seattle.

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19

Clearances for Atlanta United.

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29

Crosses for Seattle to just 9 by Atlanta United.

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48

Duels won by both teams.

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50

Percent possession for Atlanta United.

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249

Appearances for Jacob Peterson. Just 65 players in league history have reached 250.

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310

Starts for Jeff Larentowicz in MLS, the 12th most among field players in the league’s history.

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40,182

Announced attendance for the game.

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