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San Jose Earthquakes vs Toronto FC video highlights: Justin Morrow scores against former team

The Quakes recorded only two shots on goal.

The San Jose Earthquakes saw their five-game unbeaten streak washed away at BMO Field on Saturday as Toronto FC recorded an impressive 3-1 victory.

Former Earthquakes defender Justin Morrow scored the opener for the Reds via an acrobatic header in the 22nd minute, while San Jose striker Chris Wondolowski equalized from the penalty spot two minutes later. The goal by Wondolowski marked the 101st of his MLS career.

It would be the only goal scored by the visitors, as Toronto regained the lead in the 33rd minute after a defensive miscue and sealed the result with a second half goal. The loss to TFC evened the Quakes all-time record against the Reds to 4-4-4.

San Jose Earthquakes 1-3 Toronto FC

May 30, 2015 - BMO Field

Attendance: 17,711

Scoring Summary: TOR - Justin Morrow (Sebastian Giovinco, Jonathan Osorio) 22; SJ - Chris Wondolowski (penalty) 26; TOR - Warren Creavalle (Luke Moore) 33; TOR - Luke Moore (Sebastian Giovinco 71).

Misconduct Summary: SJ - Sanna Nyassi (caution) 55.

SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES: David Bingham, Marvell Wynne, Victor Bernardez, Clarence Goodson (Paulo Renato 45), Jordan Stewart, Khari Stephenson, Sanna Nyassi (Cordell Cato 58), JJ Koval (Mark Sherrod 75), Chris Wondolowski, Shea Salinas, Adam Jahn.

Statistics: Shots 17, Shots on Goal 2, Saves 5, Fouls, 13, Corner Kicks, 9, Offside 1.

TORONTO FC: Chris Konopka, Eriq Zavaleta, Damien Perquis, Justin Morrow, Ashtone Morgan, Jonathan Osorio (Nick Hagglund 84), Michael Bradley, Warren Creavalle (Jackson 66), Benoit Cheyrou, Luke Moore (Jay Chapman 84), Sebastian Giovinco.

Statistics: Shots 13, Shots on Goal 8, Saves 1, Fouls 9, Corner Kicks 5, Offside 1.