2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
2nd in Major League Soccer
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3dJason Davis

MLS Power Rankings: Atlanta at the top

Atlanta United took down a surging LA Galaxy away from home, while New York City FC's unbeaten start to the season ended in Portland.

LA Galaxy 0-2 Atlanta: Five Stripes prevail - Via MLS (3:53)
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4dAssociated Press

Atlanta beat Galaxy, Zlatan plays 90 minutes

Josef Martinez scored a first-half goal, Miguel Almiron converted a penalty, and Atlanta kept Ibrahimovic off the scoreboard.

MLS celebrates Earth Day with recycled kits (1:37)
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10dAssociated Press

Atlanta, NYCFC share spoils in Barco debut

Alexander Ring scored his first Major League Soccer goal to help New York City FC to a 2-2 draw with Atlanta United on Sunday night.

Atlanta 2-2 NYCFC: Barco makes debut - Via MLS (1:56)
MLS: 34 goals in 90 seconds (1:30)
MLS: 24 goals in 90 seconds (1:30)
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17dJason Davis

Atlanta United keeping the heat on NYCFC

Week 6 was a quiet one in Major League Soccer, but Atlanta United made a lot of noise in retaining the No. 2 spot in the Power Rankings.

Atlanta United 5-0 LAFC: Five Stripes pile on late (3:11)
Williams' first MLS goal makes it 5-0 Atlanta (0:52)
Almiron buries another penalty as LAFC are reduced to 10 men (2:07)
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19dESPN staff

Almiron, VAR help Atlanta United rout LAFC

Miguel Almiron scored a pair of penalties and video review played a major part in helping Atlanta United win their fourth straight game 5-0 over LAFC.

Almiron converts Atlanta penalty awarded by VAR (1:25)
Martinez heads in Atlanta's second (1:07)
Gressel puts Atlanta ahead with open-net finish (1:04)
VAR overturns 1st-minute red for Atlanta's McCann (1:25)
Feilhaber embraces challenge of playing at Atlanta (1:09)
WATCH: Best MLS moments in March (0:56)
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25dJason Davis

NYCFC back on top, Atlanta No. 2

NYCFC's win over San Jose saw it reclaim the top spot in the MLS Power Rankings, while Atlanta United surged back to second.

RankingsMajor League Soccer

Goal Difference9Tied-1st
Goals Scored172nd
Assists5Tied-2nd
Goals Conceded8Tied-2nd