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Earthquakes' Silva in critical condition after incident at Lake Tahoe

Earthquakes' Silva in critical condition after incident at Lake Tahoe

Matheus Silva -- a 20-year-old midfielder who is currently on loan with the Earthquakes’ United Soccer League affiliate Reno 1868 FC -- had to be pulled out of the water while swimming in Lake Tahoe, the club announced on Tuesday. 

After receiving life-saving resuscitation measures at the scene, he was transferred to a nearby hospital in Lake Tahoe and then airlifted to Renown Regional Medical Center in Reno.

He is currently in critical condition.

A native of Taboao Da Serra, Brazil, Silva was claimed off of waivers by San Jose in July of 2015. 

For his career, he's played in four games with the big club -- staring twice in 2016. Reno 1868 is fresh off a recording-breaking 9-0 win on Monday against LA Galaxy II. 

Silva has logged just 166 minutes for the Reno 1868 club after spending the majority of his time with Arizona United SC in 2016 -- appearing in nine games and logging 606 minutes. 

"Our thoughts and prayers are with Matheus and his family and friends," the Earthquakes said in a press release. 

Quakes media services contributed to this report.

Cristian Espinoza scores first MLS goal in Quakes' loss to Red Bulls

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Cristian Espinoza scores first MLS goal in Quakes' loss to Red Bulls

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HARRISON, N.J. -- Alex Muyl scored a pair of second-half goals on Saturday and the New York Red Bulls rallied after an early deficit for a 4-1 win over the San Jose Earthquakes.

Muyl tied it for the Red Bulls (1-0-1) on a close-range shot in the 51st minute and made it 2-1 with a volley off a defensive deflection in the 71st minute.

Bradley Wright-Phillips added a third goal for New York in the 85th minute and Daniel Royer capped the scoring in the 89th.

Cristian Espinoza opened the scoring in the fifth minute for San Jose (0-3-0) with his first MLS goal.

Matias Almeyda, who joined San Jose in the offseason after leading C.D. Guadalajara to a CONCACAF Champions League title in 2018, is still looking for his first point as coach of the Earthquakes.

Earthquakes fall to Minnesota United, stay winless under Matias Almeyda

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Earthquakes fall to Minnesota United, stay winless under Matias Almeyda

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SAN JOSE -- Darwin Quintero had a goal and an assist on Saturday night and Minnesota United beat the San Jose Earthquakes 3-0 to open the season with back-to-back wins.

Quintero opened the scoring for Minnesota United (2-0-0) with a penalty in the 49th minute. Marco Lopez was called for a hand ball in the penalty area after video review.

Miguel Ibarra made it 2-0 in the 52nd minute. Quintero started the counterattack from behind midfield and fed it to Ibarra who set up his left-footed finish with a cutback.

San Jose's Harold Cummings scored an own goal in the 75th minute as Jan Gregus' corner deflected off his shoulder into the net.

It was Minnesota United's first ever win against the Quakes (0-2-0). San Jose won all four of the previous matches in the series.