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CANCUN UPDATE: Earthquakes Close Out Cancún Trip with Split-Squad Friendlies

CANCÚN, Mexico – The San Jose Earthquakes concluded their two-week preseason trip in Cancún, Mexico with a pair of 70-minute split-squad friendlies on Sunday afternoon.

San Jose first defeated Inter Playa FC 3-0 on goals by Vako, Danny Hoesen and Oswaldo Alanís. The Quakes then tied Cracks del Futuro 3-3, with goals by Carlos Fierro, Gilbert Fuentes and Chris Wondolowski.

The Earthquakes will now return to San Jose to prepare for their final preseason contests in advance of the home opener on Feb. 29.

 

2020 Preseason

San Jose Earthquakes 3 – 0 Inter Playa FC

Feb. 9, 2020 – Moon Palace Resort in Cancún, Mexico.

Scoring Summary:

SJ – Vako (Andy Rios); 47

SJ – Danny Hoesen (Andy Rios); 55

SJ – Oswalso Alanís (PK); 59

SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES: Daniel Vega; Marcos Lopez, Oswaldo Alanís, Guram Kashia, Nick Lima; Vako, Magnus Eriksson, Jackson Yueill, Cristian Espinoza; Danny Hoesen, Andy Rios.

 

2020 Preseason

San Jose Earthquakes 3 – 3 Cracks del Futuro

Feb. 9, 2020 – Moon Palace Resort in Cancún, Mexico.

 

Scoring Summary:

SJ – Carlos Fierro (Cade Cowell); 22

CdF – Unknown; 47

CdF – Unknown (PK); 53

SJ – Gilbert Fuentes (Jack Skahan); 63

SJ – Chris Wondolowski (Shea Salinas); 65

CdF – Unknown; 70

 

SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES: JT Marcinkowski (Matt Bersano 36), Tommy Thompson, Tanner Beason (Casey Walls 55), Florian Jungwirth, Paul Marie (Jacob Akanyirige 55); Shea Salinas, Luis Felipe, Jack Skahan, Carlos Fierro (Gilbert Fuentes 49), Cade Cowell (Siad Haji 55); Chris Wondolowski.

 

EARTHQUAKES MIDFIELDER JACKSON YUEILL

On returning to the Quakes after U.S. National Team camp:

“It was good to be back with the squad. A lot of hard work has gone into these last couple weeks, but I’m happy to be back with San Jose and am excited about the season ahead.”

On if he used anything in today’s match that he learned with the USMNT:

“We like to talk about intensity and here we like to talk about it as well. I think just gaining more confidence in the midfield and coming out intense to start the season is going to be critical for us.”

On what worked well offensively for them today:

“I think moving the ball wide and moving it quick. We had a lot of good chances with Danny [Hoesen] playing a little but under [Andy Rios] and Vako and Cristian were able to take wide areas and make good crosses in. Overall, we’re ahead of where we were last year and that’s a good start for us.”

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