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Atlanta United vs. Chicago Fire: Final score 4-0, Post-match reaction

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MLS: Chicago Fire at Atlanta United FC Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

Atlanta United improved to 2-1 on Saturday with a dominant win over the Chicago Fire. An early own goal and red card gave the Five Stripes a massive advantage and they were ruthless and clinical in finishing off the match from then on. A ridiculously lopsided first half saw Atlanta control 81% of the possession, but it was the second half that saw the goals. Josef Martinez continued his hot streak by finishing off a wonderful Miguel Almiron pass to make it 2-0. While Tito Villalba notched his first MLS goal to put the match to bed. Martinez would add to his MLS-leading goal total with a second on the day and his fifth of the season.

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