Thanks to heroes old and new in a shootout, Sporting Kansas City is moving on in the Major League Soccer playoffs. Sporting KC beat the San Jose Earthquakes 4-2 in penalty kicks on Wednesday night to win an MLS Western Conference Wild-Card Match at Children’s Mercy Park and advance to a series against St. Louis CITY. "At the end of the day, we found a way," Sporting KC manager Peter Vermes said. "I think our guys have the ability to dig deep because they’ve been through a lot this season." The match was scoreless through regulation and five minutes of stoppage time. But Sporting KC was dominant through the first 45 minutes. The home side peppered San Jose’s goal and pinned the Earthquakes in their defensive third. The Quakes didn’t even register a shot until the second half.
But Sporting KC generated few decisive moments, instead opting for shots outside the box. When they did get inside the box, they passed up shooting opportunities. Pulido had a shot cleared off the line just a minute into the second half, and Russell had multiple chances at goal on free kicks from outside the box — including one that struck the post. Sporting KC laid siege to the Earthquakes’ net for the final 10 minutes plus stoppage time but couldn’t get one into the net. With the league’s new playoff format, and a quick turnaround for the winner of the match, it went straight to penalty kicks. Sporting KC’s Tim Melia stood tall, making the first penalty kick save. "I think Tim is the best I’ve ever been around … in regards to penalty kicks," Vermes said. "He’s absolutely incredible."
Following a streak of three undefeated matches, the San Jose Earthquakes suffered a 2-1 defeat at the hands of the Portland Timbers on Thursday, marking their 10th loss of the season. Cristhian Paredes broke the deadlock in the closing minutes of the first half, and shortly into the second half, Evander doubled the Timbers' lead. However, just two minutes later, Matthew Hope managed to pull one back, bringing the score to 2-1 and igniting hopes of a comeback. Unfortunately, the Earthquakes, often referred to as the Goonies, were unable to find the elusive equalizer.Archery Pan American Games Medal Table
The San Jose Earthquakes have experienced four draws in their most recent six games. Their recent fixtures include two 1-1 draws against Nashville and Minnesota. Currently, the Earthquakes are positioned just ahead of Dallas in the table, having accumulated 42 points from 32 games. Remarkably, they hold the record for the highest number of draws played in the competition, totaling 12 draws.Happy Thanksgiving Clipart 2023
After stepping in for injured center back Paulo Renato, veteran Ty Harden had a day to remember. His 100th MLS appearance was milestone enough, but to also score his first-ever career goal -- the game winning goal for the San Jose Earthquakes in their 2-1 victory over the Chicago Fire -- will be a moment the defender will never forget.
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Austin FC is set to face off against the San Jose Earthquakes in an exciting clash during Matchday 10 of the 2023 MLS season. Austin FC's 2023 season has had a rough start, to say the least. First, they were unexpectedly eliminated from the Concacaf Champions League by Violette AC, even with assistance in the second leg. To add to their woes, they've only managed to secure 8 points in 8 matches in the MLS, with one game still pending.
It started innocently enough Thursday morning, the same time that he was scheduled to undergo season-ending surgery for a herniated disc, when Clarence Goodson's Twitter account posted a video by $tainGang. It certainly didn't seem to be music of Clay's taste, but who knows what type of anesthesia he was on. But then the tweets came out fast and furious, each one definitely the work of pranksters and not the San Jose Earthquakes center back. Goodson had been hacked! In between the crude and rude tweets was one that did poke fun at FIFA, which some of Clarence's regular followers found funny. The Quakes worked feverishly behind the scenes to end the hack. Even Clay's wife implored followers to disregard the transgressions. Hopefully the big man is back on his feet soon and can restore normalcy on social media. We need you, Clay!
A back line that was down to zero true center backs and just two players with any experience at all at the position has all of a sudden been dramatically restocked with the return of Victor Bernardez and Andres Imperiale. That means a likely back line, from right to left, of Marvell Wynne, Bernardez, Imperiale, and Shaun Franics, who will be tasked with reigning in MLS's top team that is coming off a 4-0 shellacking of Orlando City.