A Wondo strike that was later credited as an own goal got the Quakes off to a quick lead in the 2nd minute, with Vako extending the lead later in the 34th minute. Shea Salinas later put the dagger on the game in the 83th minute to give the Quakes another victory. A goal from Colorado’s Diego Rubio in the closing minutes of the game was the only blemish in a possible clean sheet.
Next on the league schedule for the Quakes will be the Columbus Crew on August 3 at 6:45pm. The Rapids return home to host Montreal on the same day, 6pm start. The teams will play again the following week on August 10 this time at the Rapids home field.
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For viewers in the San Francisco, Oakland, and San Jose area the next 3 Quakes home games will be broadcasted on Telemundo 48.
The home matches against Colorado (July 27), Columbus (August 3), and Vancouver (August 24) will be on local television. However, there will be the usual play-by-play with Chris Dangerfield and Anthony Passarelli via the SAP button on the channel, or on the NBC Sports app.
Some musings from our friends at The Beautiful Blog at sfgate.com
NISA has just announced their showcase schedule. Of note, the Oakland Roots will be playing 5 games with 2 at Laney College and 3 on the road.
The Roots will open Saturday May 31 at Laney College against Cal United 7pm kickoff, and will again play on Saturday October 19 against Los Angeles at 4pm. The full NISA Showcase schedule can be seen here and the Roots schedule on their website with 2 friendlies to be played on Sunday September 8 and Sunday October 13 against an opponent to be announced.
Two items of note. First, the Roots sign a player formerly of the MLS ranks.
Also, the NPSL Founders Cup has been rebranded as the Members Cup with an adjusted schedule. Napa Valley will be hosting Detroit City on Saturday August 24 and Chattanooga FC on Sunday September 1. Both games will kickoff at 7pm.
Napa will host the Cosmos on Saturday October 19.
The full NPSL Members Cup schedule can be found here.
We were back at Levi’s Stadium for the International Champions Cup. We had been there from 2015 to 2017 as part of FootySF but could not get in last year so was there in the stands. We’re happy to be back this time under this site and for that we’re thankful. We will be posting more in the coming days and weeks. Right now, the notebook (photo album) is on the 3pointsport Facebook page.
And the Quakes continue their winning ways against Vancouver. Do not be surprised if this team hosts a playoff game–as of now the team is in fifth in the Western Conference (Conference winner gets a first round bye, second to fourth host a playoff game while fifth to seventh are on the road). Chris Wondolowski also increased his career goal scoring total to 153.
Raul de Tomas scored early in the 4th minute, while Rafa and Haris Seferovic added two more in the 70th and 73th minutes respectively as Benfica (Lisbon, Portugal) defeated Chivas de Guadalajara 3 to 0.
Chivas now travel to Arlington, Texas as they face Atletico de Madrid on July 23. Benfica head to the New York area to face Fiorentina on July 24. (Edit: Chivas opens Liga MX play against Santos Laguna on July 21 so their ICC roster was mostly from the reserves.)
Right now we’re at the International Champions Cup at Levi’s Stadium between Benfica and Chivas. 3pointsport will be posting highlights later on but for now, sharing some throwback sets courtesy of FootySF