Atlanta United extended their unbeaten streak to eight games as they held the New England Revolution to a scoreles draw at Gillette Stadium, according to ESPN FC. However, the Revolution dominated possession for the most part of the encounter, but they were unable to take advantage. Atlanta's back line was well guarded as they firmly absorbed every pressure the home team had in their half, although, Gerardo Martino's side had a couple of counter-attacking chances they couldn't convert. Nevertheless, Atlanta United are satisfied by a road draw, having secured their Audi 2017 MLS Cup Playoffs spot.

They're ranked third with fifty-three points, while New England Revolution is ninth with thirty-nine points. Here's the Match Report in detail.

New England Revolution outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Brad Knighton (seven points). Defender - Andrew Farrell (7.28), Claude Dielna (seven points), Antonio Mlinar Delamea (6.54), Chris Tierney (6.41). Midfielder - Lee Nguyen (6.87), Gershon Koffie (6.76), Scott Caldwell (seven points), Diego Fagundez (6.87), Juan Agudelo (7.34). Forward - Kei Kamara (6.23). Used substitutes - Krisztián Németh (5.95), Teal Bunbury (six points).

Team's strength and weakness: Tom Soehn's side were weak in front of goal.

Style of play: New England Revolution held more possession on Atlanta's half and went on to attacked through the right wing.

They favored long-range shots.

Atlanta United outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Brad Guzan (8.19). Defender - Anton Walkes (7.44), Leandro González Pirez (seven points), Michael Parkhurst (7.17), Greg Garza (6.43). Midfielder - Carlos Carmona (seven points), Jeff Larentowicz (7.16), Julian Gressel (6.82), Héctor Villalba (six points),

Chris McCann (6.76).

Forward - Josef Martínez (6.67). Used substitutes - Yamil Asad (6.39), Kenwyne Jones (six points), Jacob Peterson (six points).

Team's strength and weakness: the Five Stripes had goalscoring opportunities from long range shots and counter attacks. In their weaknesses, they were poor at finishing, often lost possession to Revolution players and gave away lots of free kicks within their half.

Style of play: Gerardo Martino's side had high shots when in possession, favored long shots and long balls.

Man of the match

Atlanta goalkeeper Brad Guzan was fantastic. Guzan's brilliant reflexes and superlative saves significantly prevented the Revolution from scoring despite piling pressures on Atlanta's half.

Upcoming scheduled matches

Atlanta will return to home action when they face Minnesota United on Wednesday 4 October. Eleven days later, New England Revolution will once again play host to New York City FC.