Columbus Crew

Columbus Crew

1st Conference East | 4-0-1
  • Goals For
    21st
    1 GF
  • Assists
    1st
    7 A
  • Shots
    19th
    15 Shots
  • Saves
    9th
    12 SAV
  • Massive Report

    Three points raised from the Crew's time at MLS is Back

    To get closer to its full potential and retain the top spot at the Eastern Conference, the Crew needs to address at least these three areas: Defending set pieces It’s easy to point out this one as the only goal the Crew conceded in more than 360 minutes of play in Orlando came from a corner kick. Several positioning and execution mistakes were made in that play, starting with Aboubacar Keita losing Minnesota United’s Robin Lod in the penalty box, continuing with Gyasi Zardes clearing the ball to...

  • Ranking the Crew's goals from the MLS is Back Tournament
    Massive Report

    Ranking the Crew's goals from the MLS is Back Tournament

    The eight goals scored by the Crew ranged from serviceable to absolute works of art, and while the Black & Gold prepare for the restart of the MLS regular season, Massive Report looked back and ranked all eight goals scored by Columbus during the MLS is Back Tournament. The Crew found itself trailing for the first time in the MLS is Back Tournament against Minnesota United in the first match of the Round of 16.

  • Lentz: Despite positive results, Crew showed cracks of defensive issues at MLS is Back
    Massive Report

    Lentz: Despite positive results, Crew showed cracks of defensive issues at MLS is Back

    A few defensive errors during the second half against Atlanta included fullback Harrison Afful being caught out of position inside the 18-yard box three minutes into the second half. Darlington Nagbe basically stopped pursuing an onrushing Pity Martinez who delivered an uncontested shot just above the penalty box that could have led to an equalizing goal and a momentum shift.