Atlanta United goalkeeper Brad Guzan and Lilburn native and goalkeeper Sean Johnson were named to the U.S. men’s national team for the upcoming Gold Cup. The Gold Cup is a tournament featuring national teams from North America, Central America and the Caribbean. It begins July 7 and ends July 26. The U.S. will open against Panama on July 8. It will play Martinique on July 12 and Nicaragua on July 15.
A by-the-numbers look at Atlanta United’s 1-0 win against Colorado on Saturday at Georgia Tech’s Bobby Dodd Stadium:Assist for Brandon Vazquez this season after he notched one on Saturday. Goals for Josef Martinez this season after his game-winner on Saturday. Wins in the season’s first 17 games for Atlanta United. Shots for Colorado, two on target, including one in the final second. Shots for Atlanta United, seven on goal. Percent of the duels were won by Atlanta United.
Goalkeeper Alec Kann, 8: Punched away a corner in the first minute. … Came off his line for a big block to deny Josh Gatt in the 40th minute. … Saved a point-blank header in the game’s final second. … Team would have lost if not his two big saves. … Rebound performance after Wednesday’s loss.
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Selecting a term
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