Erika Tymrak scored once to help lift the Orlando Pride over Gotham FC 1-0 on Sunday and break the two team’s tie in the standings.

In the 49th minute, Tymrak took a pass from Estelle Johnson, taking an unexpected shot on goal that sailed past Gotham goalkeeper Kailen Sheridan and into the net.

It’s Tymrak’s first goal with the Pride and her first since coming out of retirement.

Meanwhile, Ashlyn Harris had a game of her own to secure the blank sheet and become the NWSL’s all-time saves leader with 469 saves.

The record-breaking save came in the 67th minute as Harris denied Carli Lloyd a chance to equalize. It was her second big save of the game.

With the win the Pride now sit at fourth in league standings with 24 points, while Gotham sits just outside of a playoff spot in seventh.