HOUSTON -- Romell Quioto scored the go-ahead goal in the 87th minute to cap the Houston Dynamo's 3-2 comeback victory over the San Jose Earthquakes 3-2 on Saturday night.
San Jose's Chris Wondolowski scored his 143rd MLS goal on a penalty kick to open the scoring in the 37th minute. Wondolowski is two goals behind Landon Donovan for the career record.
Quioto scored the winner when he was left open on a run to the left post and Mauro Manotas' low cross slipped past the outstretched hand of goalkeeper Andrew Tarbell.
Manotas made it 2-1 for the Dynamo (9-13-8) in the 56th minute, setting a franchise record with his 15th goal of the season. Tomas Martinez tied it at 2 with a left-footed shot in the 68th minute.
San Jose (4-19-8) took a 2-0 lead on Alejandro Fuenmayor's own goal before halftime.
The Quakes have lost five straight.
If Arsenal (7-13-6; 34 points) or Everton (10-6-10; 36 points) are going to take advantage of Manchester City's looming UEFA Champions League ban, they'll have to start Sunday.
The Gunners and Toffees square off at the Emirates then, and new managers Mikel Arteta and Carlo Ancelotti are unbeaten in their last five matches. They're six and four points back, respectively, of fifth-place Tottenham Hotspur thanks to Spurs' loss to Chelsea on Saturday, and the 11 remaining matches after Sunday represent more than enough time to make up that ground.
Fifth place, should City remain banned, will be enough to qualify for Europe's top competition next season. Sunday's game in North London could be a defining result in that race.
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Here's how to watch Sunday's Arsenal-Everton match online and on TV.
When: Sunday, Feb. 23 at 11:30 a.m. ET/8:30 a.m. PT
Live Stream: NBC Sports
A lot can change with a big win and a UEFA ruling.
Manchester United (10-8-8; 38 points) are living proof, as the seventh-place Red Devils can move within three points of a UEFA Champions League place -- and into one, assuming Manchester City's ban from European competition is upheld -- with a win over 19th-place Watford (5-9-12; 24 points) on Sunday at Old Trafford. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side had gone winless in their last three Premier League matches before beating Chelsea last week, and the Champions League looks like a real possibility after Tottenham Hotspur's loss Saturday.
Watford, on the other hand, can move out of the relegation zone with a result. The bad news? The Hornets haven't taken points in a league game against the Red Devils since 1986.
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Here's how to watch Sunday's Manchester United-Watford match live online and on TV.
When: Sunday, Feb. 23 at 9:00 a.m. ET/6:00 a.m. PT
Live Stream: NBC Sports