The San Jose Earthquakes came from behind to defeat the LA Galaxy 2-1 Saturday night at Stanford Stadium in front of 50,617 fans with Earthquakes forward Chris Wondolowski and midfielder Shea Salinas each tallying goals. With the result, the Quakes are now undefeated in five of the six California Clasicos at Stanford Stadium (4-1-1) and have come back in all four wins.
The San Jose Earthquakes fell to Atlanta United FC 4-2 Tuesday night at Bobby Dodd Stadium in Atlanta, concluding the game with nine men.
Earthquakes Homegrown midfielder Tommy Thompson opened the scoring in the second minute, notching his first MLS goal to give the Quakes an early lead. A second yellow card for defender Kofi Sarkodie in the 32nd minute left the Quakes playing with 10 men.
The San Jose Earthquakes defeated the Bundesliga’s Eintracht Frankfurt 4-1 Friday night at Avaya Stadium in an international friendly. Earthquakes defender Victor Bernardez, forward Chris Wondolowski and forward Quincy Amarikwa each scored in the Quakes’ first match against a Bundesliga side since 1996. With the result, the Quakes are 11-9-8 in international exhibition matches.
The San Jose Earthquakes fell to the New York Red Bulls 5-1 Wednesday night at Red Bull Arena. Earthquakes new Designated Player Vako made his MLS debut after entering the match as a halftime substitute and scored in the 88th minute. Forward Quincy Amarikwa made his 2017 MLS season debut.