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Recap: Ronaldo Cisneros’ hat trick, Brooks Lennon goal fire Atlanta United past Chicago Fire

Atlanta United got back to winning ways with a 4-1 win over the Chicago Fire on Saturday through Cristiano Ronaldo Cisneros’ first half hat trick, which happens to be the second fastest hat trick in the club’s history (34 minutes), and Brooks Lennon’s late goal. The result ends a winless streak for Atlanta United that extends back to the loss against Charlotte FC on April 10th.
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Brooks Lennon is set up to play pivotal role for Atlanta United in 2022

2021 appearances: 34 of 36 starts in all competitions, 4 assists, 75 chances created. Brooks Lennon was a divisive character amongst the fanbase in 2021. It seemed like Atlanta United’s workhorse right-back just kept running and didn’t have a ton to show for the effort. He was obviously the starter over Ronald Hernandez most of the time, and even earned a USMNT call up, but what was the end product?
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Brooks Lennon looking to 'lead' Atlanta United to success in 2022

Exclusive - After a season of progression, Atlanta United are aiming for untold success in 2022 and Brooks Lennon wants to play a key part in it. Now entering his third season with the club, Lennon has already achieved a lot in Atlanta, nailing down his starting spot at right-back, becoming a key creative outlet, and making his long-awaited USMNT debut.
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Miles Robinson, Brooks Lennon called up for three crucial USMNT World Cup qualifiers

Two Atlanta United players have been called up by Gregg Berhalter for the USMNT’s all-important three World Cup qualifying matches starting at the end of January. Miles Robinson and Brooks Lennon are the pair of Atlanta defenders called on by the U.S. manager to help guide the team through the next-to-last window of the qualifying cycle.
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Brooks Lennon on how Gonzalo Pineda has galvanized Atlanta United

Brooks Lennon has revealed how Atlanta United head coach Gonzalo Pineda has galvanized his players during his time with the club so far. After a short spell under interim boss Rob Valentino, the Five Stripes appointed Pineda as the successor to unsuccessful boss Gabriel Heinze, who was relieved of his duties in July.
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George Bello, Brooks Lennon and Miles Robinson called up to United States Men’s National Team for January camp

ATLANTA — George Bello, Brooks Lennon and Miles Robinson have been called up to the United States Men’s National Team by manager Gregg Berhalter for a two-week January camp in Phoenix, Arizona, ahead of three Concacaf World Cup Qualifying matches between Jan. 27 and Feb. 2. The final roster for the World Cup Qualifiers will be announced following the camp.
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Brooks Lennon Is Growing Into Atlanta United’s Mr. Reliable

It was a tough moment for defender Brooks Lennon. Atlanta United’s 2021 season had just come to a close following a 2-0 loss in the first round of the Audi 2021 MLS Cup Playoffs. The spark that ignited and grew during the second half of the season diminished all too quickly in 90 minutes at Yankee Stadium.
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Brooks Lennon: This is a franchise that should be in the postseason

Atlanta United’s fifth season has been nothing short of a roller coaster of emotions. It all came to end on Sunday as the Five Stripes rolled up to New York (you can read my tirade on the locale at the end of the article) for what would be their final match of 2021. Anyway, irritation with the obstacles (pitch considerations) to having the world take MLS seriously aside, the match started and could have gone either way in the first few minutes. Atlanta and NYCFC both spent the first half playing tenderly and trying to take advantage of transitions, but neither capitalized.
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