Atlanta United’s MLS season by the numbers

A look at Atlanta United’s MLS season using stats provided by MLS, and the app Fotmob:


Wins in six attempts when the team trailed at halftime.


Goal difference. The team has scored 20 and allowed 20.

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Win in six road games. That’s tied for second fewest with many teams. Four teams are winless on the road.


Goals scored from outside the 18-yard box by Thiago Almada, tied for second most in the league.


Players who have suffered season-ending injuries: Brad Guzan, Dylan Castanheira, Miles Robinson and Ozzie Alonso. Andrew Gutman may also end up missing the remainder of the season.


Wins are tied for third fewest in MLS.


Draws, including two when the team was trailing at the 75-minute mark.


Defeats, including four when the team was trailing at the 75-minute mark.


Goals allowed on set pieces or moments directly after set pieces.


Points earned from 13 games, or 1.23 points per game.


Players who have suffered injuries that forced them to miss at least one game.


Expected Goals Against, seventh best in the Eastern Conference and 11th best in the league.


Expected Goals, fifth most in the Eastern Conference and 10th most in the league.


Percentage of shots opponents are putting on target, fourth lowest in the league.


Successful dribbles by Marcelino Moreno, eighth most in the league. The leader, Minnesota’s Emanuel Reynoso, has 72.


Fouls suffered by Moreno, tied for fifth most in the league.


Key passes for Brooks Lennon. That’s the third most in the league.


Save percentage, fourth worst in the league.


Corner kicks taken, third most in the league. The team has scored four goals from dead balls.


Passes completed in the opponent’s penalty box, sixth most in the league.


Tackles won, seventh fewest in the league, which may be a result of Atlanta United’s controlling possession.


Key passes, which leads the league.


Shots are third most in the league, including 71 shots on target, which is also third most in the league.


Total distance in yards of completed passes, sixth most in the league. That includes 38,347 in progressive passes, also sixth most in the league.

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Atlanta United’s 2022 MLS schedule

Feb. 27 Atlanta United 3, Sporting KC 1

March 5 Colorado 3, Atlanta United 0

March 13 Atlanta United 2, Charlotte 1

March 19 Atlanta United 3, Montreal 3

April 2 Atlanta United 1, D.C. United 0

April 10 Charlotte 1, Atlanta United 0

April 16 Atlanta United 0, Cincinnati 0

April 24 Miami 2, Atlanta United 1

April 30 Montreal 2, Atlanta United 1

May 7 Atlanta United 4, Chicago 1

May 15 Atlanta United 2, New England 2

May 21 Atlanta United 2, Nashville 2

May 28 Columbus 2, Atlanta United 1

June 19 vs. Miami, 3 p.m., ESPN2

June 25 at Toronto, 7:30 p.m., BSSO/BSSE

June 30 at New York Red Bulls, 8 p.m., BSSO/BSSE

July 3 at NYCFC, 5 p.m., BSSO/BSSE

July 9 vs. Austin, 7 p.m., BSSO/BSSE

July 13 vs. Real Salt Lake, 7:30 p.m., BSSO/BSSE

July 17 vs. Orlando, 3 p.m., ABC

July 24 at L.A. Galaxy, 9:30 p.m., FS1

July 30 at Chicago, 5 p.m., BSSO/BSSE

Aug. 6 vs. Seattle, 3 p.m., ABC

Aug. 13 at Cincinnati, 7:30 p.m. BSSO/BSSE

Aug. 17 vs. New York Red Bulls, 7:30 p.m., BSSO/BSSE

Aug. 21 at Columbus, 5:30 p.m., FS1

Aug. 28 vs. D.C. United, 4 p.m., UNIV

Aug. 31 at Philadelphia, 7 p.m., FS1

Sept. 4 at Portland, 5:30 p.m., FOX

Sept. 10 vs. Toronto, 7:30 p.m., BSSO/BSSE

Sept. 14 at Orlando, 6 p.m., BSSO/BSSE

Sept. 17 vs. Philadelphia, 3:30 p.m., UniMas

Oct. 1 at New England, 1 p.m., UniMas