Montreal 2, Atlanta United 1: By the numbers

Montreal Impact’s Laurent Ciman, right, challenges Atlanta United’s Hector Villalba during first half of an MLS soccer game in Montreal, Saturday, April 15, 2017. (Graham Hughes/The Canadian Press via AP)
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Montreal Impact’s Laurent Ciman, right, challenges Atlanta United’s Hector Villalba during first half of an MLS soccer game in Montreal, Saturday, April 15, 2017. (Graham Hughes/The Canadian Press via AP)

A by-the-numbers look at Atlanta United’s game at Montreal on Saturday:

1st

Starts this season for striker Kenwyne Jones, who scored his first goal, and right fullback Mark Bloom. It was also the first appearance for Kevin Kratz.

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1st

Goal allowed by Atlanta United in the second half since the opening game.

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2

Penalty kicks awarded to Atlanta United’s opponents this season. Ignacio Piatti converted one for Montreal in injury time in the first half on Saturday. Minnesota United also had one in the season’s second game.

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3

Red cards given to Atlanta United this season following one to Leandro Gonzalez Pirez during injury time in the first half. Just one could be considered clearly deserved.

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6

Shots for Atlanta United, one on goal.

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12

Shots inside the penalty box for Montreal.

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22

Shots for Montreal, five on goal.

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51.8

Percent of the duels were won by Atlanta United.

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72.3

Percent passing accuracy for Atlanta United. Montreal’s was 79.2.

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93rd

Minute that the winning goal was scored. Montreal’s first goal was scored in the 45+5.

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328

Passes for Atlanta United.

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399

Passes for Montreal.

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17,144

Attended the match.

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