After defeating the Los Angeles Galaxy 4-0 on Wednesday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta United manager Gerardo Martino said the first goal for his team is to qualify for the playoffs. The players said securing a third or fourth seed, so they can host a playoff game, is crucial. The victory moved the Five Stripes into fourth place in the Eastern Conference with 46 points. With two more wins, Atlanta United will become the first expansion team since Seattle in 2009 to clinch a playoff berth.
September 20, 2017 Atlanta: Yamil Azad nails the 'golden spike' after he was named the man of the match. Scoring two goals to increase his season total to six and adding two assists to increase his season total to 12, Wednesday’s 4-0 win against the Los Angeles Galaxy may have been Yamil Asad’s best game for Atlanta United this season.
Yamil Asad danced. He sang ... badly, he says. And Atlanta United celebrated another blowout win in their new home. Behind two goals from Asad, and assists on goals from Josef Martinez and Miguel Almiron, Atlanta United demolished the Los Angeles Galaxy 4-0 on Wednesday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The victory moved the Five Stripes into fourth place in the Eastern Conference with 46 points. The team improved to 3-0-1 at home, where it has already scored 17 goals.
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