ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Tally Hall had four of his seven saves after the 60th minute and Orlando City held off the Philadelphia Union for a scoreless draw Saturday night.

Hall’s biggest moments came in the 69th and 87th minutes, saving Cristian Maidana’s wide-open shot and Richie Marquez’s point-blank header. It was Hall’s fourth shutout of the season.

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Orlando City (7-10-7) started the game within a point of the final playoff position in the Eastern Conference, but managed only one shot on goal.

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After a physical first half, the Union (6-13-5) opened up the attack and had nearly all the forward momentum in the second.

Rookie John McCarthy had his first career shutout for Philadelphia.

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