Houston Dynamo players reach milestones in Saturday's win over Philadelphia Union

Clark, Hall, Weaver and Taylor attain career marks in 1-0 victory

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The Houston Dynamo recorded a 1-0 win over the Philadelphia Union on Saturday behind Ricardo Clark’s second half game-winner. Here is a look at Dynamo players who reached career milestones in the win:

It was Clark’s tenth career regular season goal with the Dynamo. He is now tied with Cam Weaver and Nate Jacqua for seventh on the franchise list. Brian Ching (56 goals), Brad Davis, Dwayne De Rosario, Will Bruin and Stuart Holden are ahead of Clark on Houston’s all-time list. With Clark’s next regular season goal, he will tie Geoff Cameron for sixth on the club list.

It was also Clark’s 125th career regular season game with the Dynamo.

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Goalkeeper Tally Hall recorded his 25th career regular season shutout in the win. The 28-year-old has recorded 18 shutouts in the last two seasons combined after recording six clean sheets in his first year as the starter. With 12 more shutouts, Hall will tie Pat Onstad (37) for the franchise record for regular season clean sheets.

It was also the Hall’s 90th career regular season start to pass Eddie Robinson for 11th on the franchise list. In addition, it was the goalkeeper’s 115th career game in all competitions with Houston to pass Richard Mulrooney for 14th on the club’s all-time list.

Weaver entered Saturday's game as second half substitute for his 75th career regular season appearance.

Defender Jermaine Taylor started at left back for his 50th career regular season start with the Dynamo.