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QUAKES NOTES: Storylines leading into May 18th match against Chicago Fire

Adding Points at Home

The Earthquakes have won three consecutive home matches and will be seeking their fourth straight on Saturday vs. Chicago. San Jose hasn’t won four consecutive home matches since June 24 – Aug. 5, 2017.


Going Streaking

Prior to conceding last Saturday’s opening goal in the 18th minute, the Quakes hadn’t allowed a goal in 220 minutes, their longest shutout streak since 2017 (226 minutes from 4/22/17-5/22/17).


On the Board

Quakes midfielder Vako tallied his first goal of the season and 16th of his MLS career last Saturday in New England.


The 20-10 Club

Forward Danny Hoesen tallied his first assist of the season and 10th of his MLS career in the Quakes’ last match. He became just the eighth player in Quakes history to tally 20+ goals (20) and 10+ assists (10) for the club.


Rookie Blues

Midfielder Siad Haji made his MLS debut against the Revolution, entering as a substitute for Tommy Thompson in the 67th minute.


Getting a Chance

Midfielder Eric Calvillo made his first start of the 2019 regular season on Saturday, the third start of his MLS career.


Welcome Back

Midfielder Cristian Espinoza missed last weekend’s match due to a one-game suspension. The 24-year-old Argentine has two goals and three assists so far this season.


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