D.C. United Win 2-1 against Atlanta United on the Road
Atlanta United (5-11-4, 17 pts.) 1 vs. 2 D.C. United (4-10-6, 18 pts.)
2020 MLS Regular Season
October 24, 2020 - Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta, GA
Gelmin Rivas scored his first MLS goal and game-winner in the 92nd minute of the match.
Kevin Paredes recorded his first career MLS assist on the 92nd minute game-winner.
Joseph Mora recorded his first assist of 2020 in the 92nd minute; he has four career assists for the Black-and-Red.
Russell Canouse scored his second goal of 2020 in the 77th minute; his first since Feb. 29 against Colorado.
Julian Gressel recorded his second assist of 2020 in the 77th minute; his first since Feb. 29 against Colorado.
Yordy Reyna made his first appearance as a 79th-minute substitute since Oct. 3 against Atlanta United.
Russell Canouse returned to the starting lineup after serving a one-game suspension against FC Cincinnati on Oct. 18.
Bill Hamid returned to the starting lineup for the first time since Oct. 11; he recorded five saves.
Edison Flores made his 10th career MLS appearance for the Black-and-Red.
The Black-and-Red are 6-4-0 against Atlanta all-time.
D.C. United are 1-1-0 against Atlanta in 2020.
The Black-and-Red are 2-3-0 against Atlanta on the road all-time.
D.C. United won their first match in club history at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
The Black-and-Red are 3-4-1 on the road in 2020.
D.C. United won in their second consecutive game this season for the first time in 2020.
Atlanta United Lineup: Brad Guzan, Fernando Meza, Brooks Lennon, Miles Robinson, George Bello (Jake Mulraney 82'), Ezequiel Barco, Matheus Rossetto (Emerson Hyndman 68'), Jurgen Damm (Jon Gallagher 68'), Mo Adams, Marcelino Moreno, Erick Torres (Adam Jahn 75')
Unused Substitutes: Eric Remedi, Jeff Larentowicz, Edgar Castillo, Alec Kann, Laurence Wyke
Manager: Stephen Glass
D.C. United lineup: Bill Hamid; Joseph Mora, Donovan Pines, Russell Canouse, Chris Odoi-Atsem; Edison Flores (Yordy Reyna 79'), Yamil Asad, JÃºnior Moreno, Julian Gressel (Oniel Fisher 87'); Ola Kamara (Gelmin Rivas 67'), Erik Sorga (Kevin Paredes HT)
Unused Substitutes: Frédéric Brillant, Griffin Yow, Chris Seitz, Moses Nyeman, Axel SjÃ¶berg
Manager: Chad Ashton
REFEREE ARMANDO VILLARREAL
AR1 TJ ZABLOCKI
AR2 JOSE DA SILVA
4TH OFFICIAL SERGII DEMIANCHUK
VAR CHRIS PENSO
AVAR CRAIG LOWRY
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