Starting XI and Roster Notes: New York City FC vs. Atlanta United


Atlanta United Starting XI:

Rocco Ríos Novo; Aiden McFadden, Alan Franco, George Campbell, Caleb Wiley (Machop Chol – 74’); Amar Sejdic (Ronaldo Cisneros – 67’), Matheus Rossetto; Luiz Araújo, Thiago Almada (Dom Dwyer – 84’), Marcelino Moreno; Josef Martínez (C)

Atlanta United substitutes not used:

Bobby Shuttleworth, Mikey Ambrose, Alex De John, Santiago Sosa

New York City FC Starting XI:

Sean Johnson (C); Anton Tinnerholm (Tayvon Gray – 67’), Maxime Chanot, Alexander Callens, Malte Amundsen; Alfredo Morales, Nicolas Acevedo (Justin Haak – 86’); Santiago Rodriguez, Maxi Moralez, Talles Magno (Gabriel Pereira – 59’); Taty Castellano.

New York City FC substitutes not used:

Luis Barraza, Chris Closter, Thiago, Hever, Luiz Barraza, Andres Jasson, Gedion Zelalem

Yellow Cards:

Aiden McFadden (16’), Maxime Chanot (18'), Santiago Rodriguez (24'), Luiz Araújo (47'), Talles Magno (52'), Alfredo Morales (71')

Roster notes:

  • This marks the first time this season that all three designated players (Josef Martínez, Luiz Araújo, Thiago Almada) have been in the starting lineup.
  • Thiago Almada makes his first start since May 28 after serving a red card suspension.
  • Aiden McFadden makes his third consecutive start since being called up from Atlanta United 2.
  • Matheus Rossetto will be playing his 50th MLS regular season match.
  • Franco Ibarra picked up his fifth yellow card Thursday against the Red Bulls and is suspended for the match.
  • Ozzie Alonso is out due to a torn ACL.
  • Brad Guzan is out due to a ruptured Achilles.
  • Miles Robinson is out due to a ruptured Achilles.
  • Andrew Gutman is out due to a quadriceps tendon injury.
  • Ronald Hernández is out due to an MCL injury.
  • Tyler Wolff was called up to the U-20 men's national team.
  • Brooks Lennon is out due to an MCL sprain.
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