Filed under: Stream News Match #32: Philadelphia Union At Houston Dynamo Contributors: Scott Kessler and Ben Feldman Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: Match #32: Philadelphia Union At Houston Dynamo Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email The Union (10-15-6) travel to BBVA Compass Stadium for the second time this season, looking to put a dent in the playoff hopes of the Dynamo (13-8-11). 8 Total Updates Since Oct 20, 2012, 12:52am EDT Follow this stream October 21, 2012 Controverial Call And Poor Play Down The Union By Scott Kessler Poor play and a controversial call by referee Mark Geiger added up to a 3-1 loss for the Philadelphia Union against the Houston Dynamo. October 20, 2012 Controversial Penalty Gives Dynamo 3-1 By Scott Kessler As if nothing could get worse after the problems the team has had tonight, the third goal that the Union gave up was mired in controversy. October 20, 2012 Boniek Strike Sends Houston Ahead of Philadelphia By Scott Kessler Despite lacking possession and anything resembling an offensive game plan, the Philadelphia Union were holding onto a 1-1 scoreline against the Houston Dynamo in the second half. Then Oscar Boniek struck. October 20, 2012 Philadelphia and Houston Tied at Halftime 1-1 By Scott Kessler At the moment, the two teams were tied at 1-1. October 20, 2012 McInerney's Header Ties the Game in Style By Scott Kessler Mac Kandji's goal demoralized the Philadelphia Union, but 14 minutes later they found some optimism in the in-form Jack McInerney. October 20, 2012 Kandji's Goal Gives Houston a Quick Lead By Scott Kessler Mac Kandji got tonight's game on NBC Sports Network off to a fast start, as the Houston Dynamo striker scored in the fifth minute. October 20, 2012 Brotherly Game Game Thread Union at Dynamo By Scott Kessler Talk about the game (Houston Dynamo-Philadelphia Union) inside with other Union fans and Brotherly Game staff. October 20, 2012 Union in Houston to tangle with the Dynamo By Ben Feldman After some invaluable time off, both Philadelphia and Houston begin stretches of three matches in eight nights. The Dynamo are on the brink of clinching their sixth playoff spot in seven seasons.