MLS 2013: 10 Things We've Learned so Far

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MLS 2013: 10 Things We've Learned so Far
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Four weeks into MLS 2013 and there is a lot to learn.

To date, the league boasts 74 goals scored on 789 total shots.  Just around a goal every 10 shots.  282 of the 789 shots have been on target. 

There have been 885 fouls conceded.  That adds up to about 14 fouls conceded per team per match.

307 corner kicks so far in MLS 2013.    

In the race for the Supporters' Shield, the Montreal Impact look the side to beat right now.  They have won all four of their games for 12 points.  No other team has won four games. 

The Chicago Fire has scored just one goal.  Same goes for the New England Revolution. 

Hendry Thomas of the Colorado Rapids and Bobby Burling of Chivas USA are tied for the lead in most yellow cards so far with three each.

The team with the most points, Montreal, leads the league in being caught offside.  The team in last place for the Supporters' Shield, Chicago, is second.

The former having being caught 20 times and the latter 17.

Here are 10 more things we've learned so far about the MLS 2013. 

All statistics recovered from MLS Soccer, powered by Opta

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