Chris Wondowlowski added to his legend with a brace thanks to an early first half goal and a second half penalty kick. However, Zlatan Ibrahimovic added two goals to his own tally while Romain Alessandrini rounded up the Galaxy scoring, all in the first half. Vako contributed to the Quakes scoring with his tally in the 39th minute. The eighth game at Stanford Stadium (and seventh overall between the two teams) ended up being a 3-3 draw.
Wondolowski’s two goals moved him closer to the all-time MLS record with 140 career goals. He needs only 5 more to tie Landon Donovan for first place with 145.
Facebook series – Quakes v Galaxy. Photos by Nap Badillo. All Rights Reserved
The critique of Saturday’s 3-3 draw thank you Quakes Fans.
Also one article here from QuakesTalk – which is another outside take on the team. Chris Wondolowski and David Bingham seemed to have a grudge against each other–just me being a fan on this one.
Bad Blood? Bingham and Wondolowski exchange quips after Clasico clash
Next up for San Jose is a road trip against the Portland Timbers on July 7 at 8pm. Next up for the Galaxy is a home game on the 4th of July against DC United, followed by another game on July 7 hosting Columbus.
Updates 7/2: Facebook photo album (notebook) and article from Quakes Talk added.