Recap: FC Cincinnati 1, Atlanta United 1


Atlanta wanted to get up on the forefoot early because Jake MulraneyThe attempt from outside the box in the third minute was made by. stopped Kenneth Vermeer. Then in the 10th minute Marcelino Moreno had a bang on a distance free kick that crept over the bar. Cincinnati had its own listing as a burner found space in the goal area, but shot far.

A sloppy game almost knocked Cincinnati out of the 20-minute mark when Jackson Conway forced a giveaway and almost scored the 1-0 if Vermeer hadn’t made a nice save. But Alec May stolen Acosta moments later right in front of the net when the hosts saw their own great opportunity. On the 28th, May was asked again to stay outside Isaac Atanga Try to keep Cincinnati at bay as Atlanta’s defenses battled it out.

Mulraney later had another chance to put Atlanta in the lead with a header from Hernandez’s cross but missed, followed by a free header from Conway that was a little too high. And another warning shot was fired at Cincinnati early in the second half when another Moreno shot was handled from a distance by Vermeer.

Cincinnati shot a glorious chance in the 54th minute as Alvaro BarrealThe shot from just behind the scoring room ricocheted off the beams, deflected from Kann’s back and rolled harmlessly out of the game. Haris MedunjaninSeconds later, the attempt at the long post was dismissed, as was another dangerously tight call that fell by the wayside.

But the breakthrough came in the 61st minute through Acosta. The Argentine midfielder finished a perfect ball from Brenner with a beautiful curler past Kann to give Cincinnati a 1-0 lead.

As Atlanta tries to improve things, Valentino added Josef Martinez and Matheus lipstick in the 65th minute. And the balance came as 20 minutes before the end Brooks Lennon Flanke found his way to Hernandez, who made it a 1-1 draw. Vermeer had to grapple with another shot from a distance – this time from Mulraney with just over 10 minutes to go.

Martinez saw his moment in the 87th minute when Atlanta was awarded a free kick just outside the area, but the Venezuelan striker was blocked by Vermeer. The Cincinnati goalkeeper was strong again as he stepped up to take an early stoppage-time chance from Atlanta in a great Mulraney-Moreno combination.