Torres made history when he recorded a hat trick in a 4-1 victory over the New York Red Bulls at BBVA Compass Stadium on Saturday, becoming the second Mexican player in MLS history to accomplish the feat. With the hat trick, the first of his career, the 24-year-old now leads MLS with six tallies, while Houston’s combined 11 team goals are tied for second in the league. Houston sits in second place in the Western Conference (3-1-0, nine points), holding a perfect 3-0-0 record at home.
Torres completed his hat trick in the 91st minute with a beautiful curling free kick from the top of the box, giving the game a final score of 4-1(Watch Goal).
The Houston Dynamo return to action this Saturday, April 8 when it travels to take on the New England Revolution at Gillette Stadium (2 p.m. ET, MLS LIVE).