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Atlanta United Falls 2-1 to New York Red Bulls

July 1, 2022 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - Atlanta United FC News Release


ATLANTA -Atlanta United fell 2-1 on the road to New York Red Bulls at Red Bull Arena Thursday night. Josef Martínez scored his fourth goal of the season after coming on as a substitute in the second half, however a pair of late goals from New York gave the three points to the home side.

Atlanta scored the opening goal in the 75th minute from Martínez. The attack began when Luiz Araújo played a through ball that found Caleb Wiley on the left side of the box. The 17-year-old sent a cross into the box where Aiden McFadden headed the ball back across the six-yard box. Emerson Hyndman directed an effort toward goal that was blocked by a Red Bulls defender but Martínez reacted first to the loose ball and touched it into the net.

New York was awarded a penalty after Luquinhas was taken down by Wiley near the end line. Lewis Morgan stepped up and sent his kick down the middle of the goal to even the match in the 83rd minute. New York then scored the winning goal in the 89th minute as Serge Ngoma forced a turnover in Atlanta's defensive third and slid his shot past Rocco Ríos Novo on a breakaway.

Atlanta maintained 62.5 percent of the possession in the first half while each team put one shot on target, unable to find a breakthrough as the teams entered halftime scoreless. Atlanta created its first opportunity in the 28th minute when Ronaldo Cisneros chased down a long ball played over the top of the Red Bulls' defense but hit a first time shot over the crossbar.

Atlanta played through New York's pressure, connecting 85 percent of its passes in the first half, and created a pair of chances through Araújo. In the 32nd minute, Matheus Rossetto, wearing the captain's armband, carried the ball across midfield before passing it ahead to a streaking Araújo on the left side. The Brazilian winger beat his defender and hit a hard shot on goal that Carlos Coronel tipped over the bar. Arauj́o continued to put pressure on New York's backline and had another chance in first-half stoppage-time, dribbling past a defender into the box before cutting back to his right foot and striking a shot just wide of the post.

Atlanta returns to action Sunday, July 3 when it visits New York City FC at Yankee Stadium (5 p.m. EST, Bally Sports South, 92.9 The Game, La Mejor).

MATCH RESOURCES

Post-match interviews with head coach Gonzalo Pineda, Rocco Ríos Novo, George Campbell

Match photos

Full-time stats

Quote Sheet

MATCH INFO

Atlanta United 1, New York Red Bulls 2

Red Bull Arena

Harrison, New Jersey

STATS

Shots: 16-8 NYRB

Shots on target: 4-3 ATL

Corner kicks: 7-2 NYRB

Fouls committed: 13-7 ATL

Offside: 3-1 NYRB

Possession: 58-42 ATL

Passing accuracy: 82-73 ATL

SCORING SUMMARY

ATL - Josef Martínez 75' HIGHLIGHT

NYRB - Lewis Morgan 83' (Penalty Kick) HIGHLIGHT

NYRB - Serge Ngoma 89' HIGHLIGHT

DISCIPLINARY SUMMARY

ATL - Amar Sejdic 22' (yellow)

NYRB - Cristian Casseres Jr. 28' (yellow)

NYRB - Aaron Long 42' (yellow)

ATL - Franco Ibarra 45+3' (yellow)

NYRB - Thomas Edwards 51' (yellow)

ATL - Rocco Ríos Novo 82' (yellow)

ATLANTA UNITED STARTING LINEUP

Rocco Ríos Novo; Caleb Wiley, Alan Franco, Alex De John, George Campbell, Aiden McFadden; Franco Ibarra (Marcelino Moreno - 90'), Amar Sejdic (Emerson Hyndman - 73'), Matheus Rossetto ©; Luiz Araújo, Ronaldo Cisneros (Josef Martínez - 63')

Substitutes not used: Bobby Shuttleworth, Mikey Ambrose, Machop Chol, Dom Dwyer

NEW YORK RED BULLS STARTING LINEUP

Carlos Coronel; Thomas Edwards (Steven Sserwadda - 78'), Sean Nealis, Aaron Long ©, John Tolkin; Frankie Amaya, Lewis Morgan, Cameron Harper (Tom Barlow - 57'), Omir Fernandez (Serge Ngoma - 69'), Cristian Casseres Jr.; Patryk Klimala (Luquinhas - 57')

Substitutes not used: Dru Yearwood, Ryan Meara, Jason Pendant, Zach Ryan, Juan Castillo

OFFICIALS

Alex Chilowicz (referee), Nick Uranga (assistant), Tyler Wyrosteck (assistant), Malik Badawi (fourth), Kevin Stott (VAR), TJ Zablocki (AVAR).

TEAM NOTES

Josef Martínez scored his fourth MLS goal of the season, which ties him with Luiz Araújo and Ronaldo Cisneros for most on the team.

Franco Ibarra picked up his fifth yellow card and will be suspended for Sunday's match.

ABOUT ATLANTA UNITED

Atlanta United joined Major League Soccer in 2017 and won the 2018 MLS Cup in just its second season, the earliest an expansion team has won the title since 1998. The club has set multiple league records including season tickets sales (36,000-plus), single-season average (53,002) and total home attendance (901,033). Owned by Arthur M. Blank, and led by club President Darren Eales, Atlanta United plays its home matches at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. For more information about Atlanta United, including how to purchase season tickets, visit: www.atlutd.com, and follow @ATLUTD.

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Atlanta United falls 2-1 to New York Red Bulls

Josef Martínez scores fourth goal of the season

ATLANTA -Atlanta United fell 2-1 on the road to New York Red Bulls at Red Bull Arena Thursday night. Josef Martínez scored his fourth goal of the season after coming on as a substitute in the second half, however a pair of late goals from New York gave the three points to the home side.

Atlanta scored the opening goal in the 75th minute from Martínez. The attack began when Luiz Araújo played a through ball that found Caleb Wiley on the left side of the box. The 17-year-old sent a cross into the box where Aiden McFadden headed the ball back across the six-yard box. Emerson Hyndman directed an effort toward goal that was blocked by a Red Bulls defender but Martínez reacted first to the loose ball and touched it into the net.

New York was awarded a penalty after Luquinhas was taken down by Wiley near the end line. Lewis Morgan stepped up and sent his kick down the middle of the goal to even the match in the 83rd minute. New York then scored the winning goal in the 89th minute as Serge Ngoma forced a turnover in Atlanta's defensive third and slid his shot past Rocco Ríos Novo on a breakaway.

Atlanta maintained 62.5 percent of the possession in the first half while each team put one shot on target, unable to find a breakthrough as the teams entered halftime scoreless. Atlanta created its first opportunity in the 28th minute when Ronaldo Cisneros chased down a long ball played over the top of the Red Bulls' defense but hit a first time shot over the crossbar.

Atlanta played through New York's pressure, connecting 85 percent of its passes in the first half, and created a pair of chances through Araújo. In the 32nd minute, Matheus Rossetto, wearing the captain's armband, carried the ball across midfield before passing it ahead to a streaking Araújo on the left side. The Brazilian winger beat his defender and hit a hard shot on goal that Carlos Coronel tipped over the bar. Arauj́o continued to put pressure on New York's backline and had another chance in first-half stoppage-time, dribbling past a defender into the box before cutting back to his right foot and striking a shot just wide of the post.

Atlanta returns to action Sunday, July 3 when it visits New York City FC at Yankee Stadium (5 p.m. EST, Bally Sports South, 92.9 The Game, La Mejor).

MATCH RESOURCES

* Post-match interviews with head coach Gonzalo Pineda, Rocco Ríos Novo, George Campbell * Match photos * Full-time stats * Quote Sheet

MATCH INFO Atlanta United 1, New York Red Bulls 2 Red Bull Arena Harrison, New Jersey

STATS Shots: 16-8 NYRB Shots on target: 4-3 ATL Corner kicks: 7-2 NYRB Fouls committed: 13-7 ATL Offside: 3-1 NYRB Possession: 58-42 ATL Passing accuracy: 82-73 ATL

SCORING SUMMARY ATL - Josef Martínez 75' HIGHLIGHT NYRB - Lewis Morgan 83' (Penalty Kick) HIGHLIGHT NYRB - Serge Ngoma 89' HIGHLIGHT

DISCIPLINARY SUMMARY ATL - Amar Sejdic 22' (yellow) NYRB - Cristian Casseres Jr. 28' (yellow) NYRB - Aaron Long 42' (yellow) ATL - Franco Ibarra 45+3' (yellow) NYRB - Thomas Edwards 51' (yellow) ATL - Rocco Ríos Novo 82' (yellow)

ATLANTA UNITED STARTING LINEUP Rocco Ríos Novo; Caleb Wiley, Alan Franco, Alex De John, George Campbell, Aiden McFadden; Franco Ibarra (Marcelino Moreno - 90'), Amar Sejdic (Emerson Hyndman - 73'), Matheus Rossetto ©; Luiz Araújo, Ronaldo Cisneros (Josef Martínez - 63')

Substitutes not used: Bobby Shuttleworth, Mikey Ambrose, Machop Chol, Dom Dwyer

NEW YORK RED BULLS STARTING LINEUP Carlos Coronel; Thomas Edwards (Steven Sserwadda - 78'), Sean Nealis, Aaron Long ©, John Tolkin; Frankie Amaya, Lewis Morgan, Cameron Harper (Tom Barlow - 57'), Omir Fernandez (Serge Ngoma - 69'), Cristian Casseres Jr.; Patryk Klimala (Luquinhas - 57')

Substitutes not used: Dru Yearwood, Ryan Meara, Jason Pendant, Zach Ryan, Juan Castillo

OFFICIALS Alex Chilowicz (referee), Nick Uranga (assistant), Tyler Wyrosteck (assistant), Malik Badawi (fourth), Kevin Stott (VAR), TJ Zablocki (AVAR).

TEAM NOTES

* Josef Martínez scored his fourth MLS goal of the season, which ties him with Luiz Araújo and Ronaldo Cisneros for most on the team. * Franco Ibarra picked up his fifth yellow card and will be suspended for Sunday's match.

ABOUT ATLANTA UNITED Atlanta United joined Major League Soccer in 2017 and won the 2018 MLS Cup in just its second season, the earliest an expansion team has won the title since 1998. The club has set multiple league records including season tickets sales (36,000-plus), single-season average (53,002) and total home attendance (901,033). Owned by Arthur M. Blank, and led by club President Darren Eales, Atlanta United plays its home matches at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. For more information about Atlanta United, including how to purchase season tickets, visit: www.atlutd.com, and follow @ATLUTD.

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Atlanta United falls 2-1 to New York Red Bulls

Josef Martínez scores fourth goal of the season

ATLANTA -Atlanta United fell 2-1 on the road to New York Red Bulls at Red Bull Arena Thursday night. Josef Martínez scored his fourth goal of the season after coming on as a substitute in the second half, however a pair of late goals from New York gave the three points to the home side.

Atlanta scored the opening goal in the 75th minute from Martínez. The attack began when Luiz Araújo played a through ball that found Caleb Wiley on the left side of the box. The 17-year-old sent a cross into the box where Aiden McFadden headed the ball back across the six-yard box. Emerson Hyndman directed an effort toward goal that was blocked by a Red Bulls defender but Martínez reacted first to the loose ball and touched it into the net.

New York was awarded a penalty after Luquinhas was taken down by Wiley near the end line. Lewis Morgan stepped up and sent his kick down the middle of the goal to even the match in the 83rd minute. New York then scored the winning goal in the 89th minute as Serge Ngoma forced a turnover in Atlanta's defensive third and slid his shot past Rocco Ríos Novo on a breakaway.

Atlanta maintained 62.5 percent of the possession in the first half while each team put one shot on target, unable to find a breakthrough as the teams entered halftime scoreless. Atlanta created its first opportunity in the 28th minute when Ronaldo Cisneros chased down a long ball played over the top of the Red Bulls' defense but hit a first time shot over the crossbar.

Atlanta played through New York's pressure, connecting 85 percent of its passes in the first half, and created a pair of chances through Araújo. In the 32nd minute, Matheus Rossetto, wearing the captain's armband, carried the ball across midfield before passing it ahead to a streaking Araújo on the left side. The Brazilian winger beat his defender and hit a hard shot on goal that Carlos Coronel tipped over the bar. Arauj́o continued to put pressure on New York's backline and had another chance in first-half stoppage-time, dribbling past a defender into the box before cutting back to his right foot and striking a shot just wide of the post.

Atlanta returns to action Sunday, July 3 when it visits New York City FC at Yankee Stadium (5 p.m. EST, Bally Sports South, 92.9 The Game, La Mejor).

MATCH RESOURCES

* Post-match interviews with head coach Gonzalo Pineda, Rocco Ríos Novo, George Campbell * Match photos * Full-time stats * Quote Sheet

MATCH INFO Atlanta United 1, New York Red Bulls 2 Red Bull Arena Harrison, New Jersey

STATS Shots: 16-8 NYRB Shots on target: 4-3 ATL Corner kicks: 7-2 NYRB Fouls committed: 13-7 ATL Offside: 3-1 NYRB Possession: 58-42 ATL Passing accuracy: 82-73 ATL

SCORING SUMMARY ATL - Josef Martínez 75' HIGHLIGHT NYRB - Lewis Morgan 83' (Penalty Kick) HIGHLIGHT NYRB - Serge Ngoma 89' HIGHLIGHT

DISCIPLINARY SUMMARY ATL - Amar Sejdic 22' (yellow) NYRB - Cristian Casseres Jr. 28' (yellow) NYRB - Aaron Long 42' (yellow) ATL - Franco Ibarra 45+3' (yellow) NYRB - Thomas Edwards 51' (yellow) ATL - Rocco Ríos Novo 82' (yellow)

ATLANTA UNITED STARTING LINEUP Rocco Ríos Novo; Caleb Wiley, Alan Franco, Alex De John, George Campbell, Aiden McFadden; Franco Ibarra (Marcelino Moreno - 90'), Amar Sejdic (Emerson Hyndman - 73'), Matheus Rossetto ©; Luiz Araújo, Ronaldo Cisneros (Josef Martínez - 63')

Substitutes not used: Bobby Shuttleworth, Mikey Ambrose, Machop Chol, Dom Dwyer

NEW YORK RED BULLS STARTING LINEUP Carlos Coronel; Thomas Edwards (Steven Sserwadda - 78'), Sean Nealis, Aaron Long ©, John Tolkin; Frankie Amaya, Lewis Morgan, Cameron Harper (Tom Barlow - 57'), Omir Fernandez (Serge Ngoma - 69'), Cristian Casseres Jr.; Patryk Klimala (Luquinhas - 57')

Substitutes not used: Dru Yearwood, Ryan Meara, Jason Pendant, Zach Ryan, Juan Castillo

OFFICIALS Alex Chilowicz (referee), Nick Uranga (assistant), Tyler Wyrosteck (assistant), Malik Badawi (fourth), Kevin Stott (VAR), TJ Zablocki (AVAR).

TEAM NOTES

* Josef Martínez scored his fourth MLS goal of the season, which ties him with Luiz Araújo and Ronaldo Cisneros for most on the team. * Franco Ibarra picked up his fifth yellow card and will be suspended for Sunday's match.

ABOUT ATLANTA UNITED Atlanta United joined Major League Soccer in 2017 and won the 2018 MLS Cup in just its second season, the earliest an expansion team has won the title since 1998. The club has set multiple league records including season tickets sales (36,000-plus), single-season average (53,002) and total home attendance (901,033). Owned by Arthur M. Blank, and led by club President Darren Eales, Atlanta United plays its home matches at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. For more information about Atlanta United, including how to purchase season tickets, visit: www.atlutd.com, and follow @ATLUTD.

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Atlanta United falls 2-1 to New York Red Bulls

Josef Martínez scores fourth goal of the season

ATLANTA -Atlanta United fell 2-1 on the road to New York Red Bulls at Red Bull Arena Thursday night. Josef Martínez scored his fourth goal of the season after coming on as a substitute in the second half, however a pair of late goals from New York gave the three points to the home side.

Atlanta scored the opening goal in the 75th minute from Martínez. The attack began when Luiz Araújo played a through ball that found Caleb Wiley on the left side of the box. The 17-year-old sent a cross into the box where Aiden McFadden headed the ball back across the six-yard box. Emerson Hyndman directed an effort toward goal that was blocked by a Red Bulls defender but Martínez reacted first to the loose ball and touched it into the net.

New York was awarded a penalty after Luquinhas was taken down by Wiley near the end line. Lewis Morgan stepped up and sent his kick down the middle of the goal to even the match in the 83rd minute. New York then scored the winning goal in the 89th minute as Serge Ngoma forced a turnover in Atlanta's defensive third and slid his shot past Rocco Ríos Novo on a breakaway.

Atlanta maintained 62.5 percent of the possession in the first half while each team put one shot on target, unable to find a breakthrough as the teams entered halftime scoreless. Atlanta created its first opportunity in the 28th minute when Ronaldo Cisneros chased down a long ball played over the top of the Red Bulls' defense but hit a first time shot over the crossbar.

Atlanta played through New York's pressure, connecting 85 percent of its passes in the first half, and created a pair of chances through Araújo. In the 32nd minute, Matheus Rossetto, wearing the captain's armband, carried the ball across midfield before passing it ahead to a streaking Araújo on the left side. The Brazilian winger beat his defender and hit a hard shot on goal that Carlos Coronel tipped over the bar. Arauj́o continued to put pressure on New York's backline and had another chance in first-half stoppage-time, dribbling past a defender into the box before cutting back to his right foot and striking a shot just wide of the post.

Atlanta returns to action Sunday, July 3 when it visits New York City FC at Yankee Stadium (5 p.m. EST, Bally Sports South, 92.9 The Game, La Mejor).

MATCH RESOURCES

Post-match interviews with head coach Gonzalo Pineda, Rocco Ríos Novo, George Campbell

Match photos

Full-time stats

Quote Sheet

MATCH INFO

Atlanta United 1, New York Red Bulls 2

Red Bull Arena

Harrison, New Jersey

STATS

Shots: 16-8 NYRB

Shots on target: 4-3 ATL

Corner kicks: 7-2 NYRB

Fouls committed: 13-7 ATL

Offside: 3-1 NYRB

Possession: 58-42 ATL

Passing accuracy: 82-73 ATL

SCORING SUMMARY

ATL - Josef Martínez 75' HIGHLIGHT

NYRB - Lewis Morgan 83' (Penalty Kick) HIGHLIGHT

NYRB - Serge Ngoma 89' HIGHLIGHT

DISCIPLINARY SUMMARY

ATL - Amar Sejdic 22' (yellow)

NYRB - Cristian Casseres Jr. 28' (yellow)

NYRB - Aaron Long 42' (yellow)

ATL - Franco Ibarra 45+3' (yellow)

NYRB - Thomas Edwards 51' (yellow)

ATL - Rocco Ríos Novo 82' (yellow)

ATLANTA UNITED STARTING LINEUP

Rocco Ríos Novo; Caleb Wiley, Alan Franco, Alex De John, George Campbell, Aiden McFadden; Franco Ibarra (Marcelino Moreno - 90'), Amar Sejdic (Emerson Hyndman - 73'), Matheus Rossetto ©; Luiz Araújo, Ronaldo Cisneros (Josef Martínez - 63')

Substitutes not used: Bobby Shuttleworth, Mikey Ambrose, Machop Chol, Dom Dwyer

NEW YORK RED BULLS STARTING LINEUP

Carlos Coronel; Thomas Edwards (Steven Sserwadda - 78'), Sean Nealis, Aaron Long ©, John Tolkin; Frankie Amaya, Lewis Morgan, Cameron Harper (Tom Barlow - 57'), Omir Fernandez (Serge Ngoma - 69'), Cristian Casseres Jr.; Patryk Klimala (Luquinhas - 57')

Substitutes not used: Dru Yearwood, Ryan Meara, Jason Pendant, Zach Ryan, Juan Castillo

OFFICIALS

Alex Chilowicz (referee), Nick Uranga (assistant), Tyler Wyrosteck (assistant), Malik Badawi (fourth), Kevin Stott (VAR), TJ Zablocki (AVAR).

TEAM NOTES

Josef Martínez scored his fourth MLS goal of the season, which ties him with Luiz Araújo and Ronaldo Cisneros for most on the team.

Franco Ibarra picked up his fifth yellow card and will be suspended for Sunday's match.


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