Chris Wondolowski reached his ninth goal of the season and helped Vako to sing in six league games when San Jose Earthquakes defeated an early defeat in the 3-1 victory over Vancouver Whitecaps on Saturday night at B.C. Place.
Magnus Ericksson later added insurance when he played in the ninth assistant Cristiana Espinoza.
Doneil Henry was soon caught by Whitecaps, who, despite good start, quickly began to leave their opponents on their way to the fourth consecutive defeat.
San Jose scored 32-6 points in the total of Vancouver 32-6 and 11-1 in terms of target results in his third road race this season, which followed the initial goal. By 2019, Quakes have not won more than three games in the league since 2015.
- 7 – VAN – Doneil Henry WATCH
- 16 – SJ – Vako | WATCH
- 34 '- SJ – Chris Wondolowski | WATCH
- 79 '- SJ – Magnus Ericksson | WATCH
- BIG PICTURE: Although LAFC remains a clean favorite of Shielder supporters, it's fair to say that Quakes is the most in-form MLS. They lost only once in their last 10 games and now they are fourth in the Western Conference. Their next four matches are against teams that are currently sitting in the playoffs.
- UTRKE COURSE: It was a strange deviation from the upright and then the back of Vancouver's goalkeeper Maxime Crepeau, and then it was the finish line. In other words, this was the perfect Wond situation. He now has 153 Career MLS goals and is one of his ten double goals.
- HUMAN WHEEL: Vako. The Georgian was always remarkable, scoring an early equal, starting with the first blow that led to Wond's stroke, and noticing Eriksson in a sequence that led to his goal. He was awarded with a well deserved early departure in 82 minutes when he left for Shea Salinas.
- KOMBI: Wednesday, July 24th vs. Calgary Cavalry, Canadian Championship 3rd Qualifying Round, Round 2 (22:30 ET | OneSoccer)
- SJ: July 27 against Colorado Rapids (22.00 ET | MLS LIVE at ESPN + in the US and DAZN in Canada)