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Title Sponsor: Pierry Software
Giveaway: 5,000 Ramiro Corrales T-shirts
Special Event: Ramiro Corrales Hall of Fame Night
The Earthquakes will induct Ramiro Corrales into the Earthquakes Hall of Fame on Saturday, September 5. Corrales will join Earthquakes greats including Paul Child, Johnny Moore, Milan Mandaric, Peter Bridgwater, Momcilo "Gabbo" Gavric, Troy Dayak, John Doyle, and Ronald Cerritos. Fans in attendance will receive a commemorative Hall of Fame gift, courtesy of Pierry Software.
Match Giveaway: 5,000 Ramiro Corrales Hall of Fame Player T-Shirts
- Lalos Tacos
- Speedy Panini
- Jon Jon’s BBQ
- Houndstooth Pizzeria
- BBQ Kalbi
- Gold Rush Eatery
- Oh Miso Hungry
Earthquakes vs. Philadelphia Union All-Time
MLS Regular Season: 4-2-1
Home: 2-0-1 (2 GF, 0 GA)
Away: 2-2-0 (6 GF, 7 GA)
All-Time Scoring: San Jose – 8, Philadelphia – 7
Last Game vs. Philadelphia Union
Earthquakes 2, Philadelphia Union 4; Aug. 24, 2014; PPL Park in Chester, Penn.
The Earthquakes fought back from an early 2-0 deficit to tie the game, but gave up two late goals to fall 4-2 to the Philadelphia Union. The Union struck first with a goal from Andrew Wenger on a well-executed counter attack. After a touch to free himself, Wenger blasted a shot to the far post upper corner for a 1-0 advantage. The Union quickly stretched the lead to two goals off the foot of Le Toux after a short clearance in front of the Quakes goal. A cross into the box was redirected away from goal and Le Toux volleyed home the Union’s second goal of the night. Sam Cronin brought the Quakes to within a goal with a great hit from outside the box. He volleyed a shot into the upper corner, earning a AT&T MLS Goal of the Week nomination. Wondolowski knotted the game at two goals apiece with a volley at the back post in the 70th minute thanks to a Shea Salinas cross. Sheanon Williams immediately hit back for the Union with a header at the near post. Le Toux whipped in a free kick to the near post and Williams flicked it past Busch for a 3-2 advantage. Wenger scored the fourth for Philadelphia with a strong individual effort, breaking behind the Quakes’ defense at midfield and finishing near post.
History of the Earthquakes – Philadelphia Rivalry
San Jose and Philadelphia have played just seven times in their history, with the Union only joining MLS as an expansion franchise ahead of the 2010 season … The Quakes hold a 4-2-1 series edge, and have split a pair of meetings at PPL Park … The Quakes swept the series in 2010 … A goal by Arturo Alvarez at 91+ gave San Jose a come-from-behind 2-1 road win at PPL Park on July 10, before a 1-0 victory courtesy of a 69th-minute Chris Wondolowski strike at Buck Shaw Stadium on Sept. 15 … The Union won the first match-up 1-0 at PPL Park on April 30, thanks to a 76th-minute penalty kick by Sebastien Le Toux … That match featured Anthony Ampaipitakwong, Justin Morrow and Steven Lenhart in their first starts for San Jose … The return fixture ended in a scoreless stalemate at Buck Shaw on July 9 … In their lone meeting in 2012, Steven Lenhart came off the bench to score twice, including a 93rd-minute game-winner, to lead San Jose to a 2-1 victory at PPL Park on April 28 … The Quakes won their only meeting 1-0 in 2013 after a goal from Shea Salinas at Buck Shaw Stadium on Sept. 8, 2013 … Although the Quakes fought back from an early two goal deficit, the Philadelphia Union defeated the Earthquakes 4-2 in their only match-up of 2014.
Earthquakes – Philadelphia Union Connections
Quakes forward Steven Lenhart and Union midfielder Brian Carroll were teammates with the Columbus Crew from 2008-10 … Quakes midfielder Shea Salinas was played for San Jose in 2008 and 2009 before being selected by the Philadelphia Union in the ’09 MLS Expansion Draft … Salinas made 17 appearances during his one season with the Union … Earthquakes defender Clarence Goodson (2000-03), Ethan White (2009-10 ) and Union goalkeeper Zac MacMath (2008-10) played for the University of Maryland … Earthquakes forward Mike Fucito played with Union midfielder Sebastien Le Toux for Seatte Sounders FC in 2009 … Le Toux, Union midfielder Vincent Nogueira and Quakes midfielder Jean-Baptiste Pierazzi are all from France … Fucito and Union forward Andrew Wenger played with the Montreal Impact in 2012 … Quakes forward Quincy Amarikwa and Union defender Austin Berry both played together for the Chicago Fire (2013) … Amarikwa also played with Union forward Conor Casey for the Colorado Rapids (2010-2012) … Union goalkeeper Andre Blake and Quakes defender Shaun Francis are both from Jamaica … Union midfielder Maurice Edu was born in Bakersfield, California … Union midfielder Crisitan Maidana, San Jose midfielders Matias Perez Garcia and Leandro Barrera were all born in Argentina.