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QUAKES NOTES: What you need to know for Vancouver and DC match

Breaking Records
In the Quakes' last MLS match against Minnesota United FC, forward Chris Wondolowski scored his 132nd goal for San Jose, breaking the MLS record for goals scored for a single club. Wondolowski's goal also tightened the gap between his total MLS goals (136) and Landon Donovan's all-time MLS goal-scoring record (145).

Margin of Victory
The Quakes' 3-1 victory over Minnesota on Saturday was San Jose's first match this season decided by more than one goal.

Taking his Opportunity 
In the Quakes' last match against Minnesota, Magnus Eriksson became the first Quakes player besides Chris Wondolowski to take a penalty kick since Khari Stephenson on May 25, 2014.

Hot Streak
The Quakes are undefeated against Vancouver Whitecaps FC in their last five regular-season games (2-0-3). The Quakes will look to continue their streak against Whitecaps FC this Wednesday. 

Down to the Wire
The Quakes' last five regular season matches against Vancouver have finished within one goal.

Difference Maker
In matches between the Quakes and Whitecaps FC, forward Chris Wondolowski leads both teams in goals (11), shots (58), shots on goal (26) and fouls suffered (19).

Three's a Crowd
Saturday's against Minnesota match was the first in which three different Earthquakes players scored since last year's regular season finale on Oct. 22, 2017.

Twice as Nice
On Saturday in Minnesota, the club earned two penalty kicks in a single match for the first time in Quakes history. It also surpassed the team's PK total for the entire 2017 season (1).

Evenly Matched
The Earthquakes and D.C. United have been evenly matched over their last 10 meetings, with each holding a 4-4-2 record since 2010.

Original 10
San Jose and D.C. are two of the original 10 teams in MLS from its inaugural season in 1996. The two clubs combined to win six of the first nine MLS Cups.

Earthquakes Anibal Godoy and Harold Cummings Named to Panama's Preliminary Roster for 2018 FIFA World Cup
San Jose Earthquakes midfielder Anibal Godoy and defender Harold Cummings have been named to Panama's 35-man preliminary roster for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia, the Football Federation of Panama, FEPAFUT, announced. The final list of 23 players that will compete for Panama in their first-ever World Cup will be announced on June 4. Find out more here.


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