Wondolowski, Quakes swarm Vancouver in 3-1 win.
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SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) Chris Wondolowski scored his MLS record 155th goal and San Jose overwhelmed Vancouver 3-1 on Saturday night ending a three-match losing streak.
Jakob Nerwinski put the Whitecaps on the board first scoring six minutes in but it was all San Jose from there. Wondolowski set up Judson a minute later before Wondlowski converted the go-ahead at the 34th minute. Andres Rios ended the scoring at the 73rd minute.
The Earthquakes (12-10-5) established MLS records with 43 total shots and 19 on goal. Vancouver (6-13-9) keeper Maxime Crepeau tied Tony Meola's 22-year-old MLS record with 15 saves on the night.
San Jose beat Vancouver by the same score at BC Place on July 30.
Updated August 25, 2019