The Portland Timbers earned a point against Minnesota United FC with a 0-0 draw at Providence Park on Sunday afternoon. Here are three key #StatMan takeaways from the match.
49 No MLS match this century has seen more combined shots than the 49 taken in the match by Portland (29) and Minnesota (20). The 49 shots were the third-most ever recorded in an MLS match, with the only two matches with more occurring in the 1998 season.
4 Goalkeeper Steve Clark made four saves on the way to his sixth shutout of the season. With the clean sheet, Clark's goals against average for the season now stands at 0.95.
6X2 Both Sebastián Blanco and Jorge Moreira were credited with six chances created in the match. It is just the second time in Timbers MLS history that they have had two players create six chances in the same game, matching May 3, 2014, when Darlington Nagbe and Diego Valeri achieved the feat.