TUCSON, Ariz. – The San Jose Earthquakes played to a 1-1 draw with Real Salt Lake in the team’s second and final friendly in Tucson, Arizona. The Quakes will now return to San Jose to continue preparations for the 2018 MLS regular season.
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After a second-half goal for RSL by Alfredo Ortuno, the Earthquakes responded five minutes later. Defender Joel Qwiberg got past his man on the end-line before sending in a cross. Tommy Thompson headed the ball across the box for Quincy Amarikwa, whose leaping header snuck just inside the near post.
San Jose returns to action on Saturday, Feb. 10, when the Quakes host their USL affiliate Reno 1868 FC. Tickets remain for the match that kicks off at 2 p.m. and can be purchased here.
San Jose Earthquakes 1 – 1 Real Salt Lake
Feb. 7, 2018 – Kino Sports Complex in Tucson, Ariz.
Scoring Summary: RSL – Alfredo Ortuno (Ricky Lopez-Espin) 55; SJ – Quincy Amarikwa (Tommy Thompson, Joel Qwiberg) 60.
Misconduct Summary: SJ – Shea Salinas (caution) 43.
SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES (first half): Andrew Tarbell; Shea Salinas, Yeferson Quintana, Harold Cummings, Nick Lima; Vako, Anibal Godoy, Jackson Yueill, Magnus Eriksson; Chris Wondolowski, Danny Hoesen.
SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES (second half): Andrew Tarbell; Joel Qwiberg, Francois Affolter, Jimmy Ockford, Paul Marie; Jahmir Hyka, Luis Felipe, Fatai Alashe, Tommy Thompson; Quincy Amarikwa, Mohamed Thiaw (Chris Wehan 72).
REAL SALT LAKE (first half): Nick Rimando; Danilo Acosta, Marcelo Silva, Justen Glad, Aaron Herrera; Kyle Beckerman, Luke Mulholland, Albert Rusnak; Brooks Lennon, Sebastian Saucedo, Luis Silva.
REAL SALT LAKE (second half): Connor Sparrow; Adam Henley, Shawn Barry, David Horst, Demar Phillips; Nick Besler, Sunny; Corey Baird, Jose Hernandez, Ricky Lopez-Espin; Alfredo Ortuno.