- Cincinnati, which trailed Atlanta United by three points, fell 1-0 to Minnesota on a goal in the second minute of stoppage time.
- Montreal, which led Atlanta United by four points, fell 3-1 at NYCFC.
The standings around Atlanta United after Saturday:
7. Red Bulls, 26 points
8. Nashville, 25 points
9. Montreal, 23 points
10. Inter Miami, 21 points
11. Chicago, 21 points
12. Atlanta United, 19 points
13. D.C. United, 18 points
14. Cincinnati, 16 points.
Atlanta United will host Cincinnati on Nov. 1.
If you’re curious, the first tiebreaker is number of wins. Atlanta United has five. The second tie-breaker is goal-difference. Atlanta United’s is minus-five. The third tie-breaker is goals for. Atlanta United’s is 19.
It may not get into trouble until the goals-for tiebreaker.
Atlanta United coming games
Wednesday at Orlando (6-2-4), 7:30 p.m., FS1
Nov. 1 vs. Cincinnati (3-6-3), 7 p.m., FSSE
Nov. 8 at Columbus (8-1-3), 3:30 p.m., FSSE
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