SAN JOSE -- Chris Wondolowski scored two goals, reaching 125 for his career, and the San Jose Earthquakes smothered the Portland Timbers 3-0 on Saturday night.
David Bingham made four saves in blanking the Timbers, who had a league-leading 20 goals coming into the game. It was Bingham's fourth shutout, giving him 24 in his career.
Florian Jungwirth assisted on both of Wondolowski's goals. The first came in the 31st minute when Jungwirth put the ball on Wondolowski's foot at the top of the box and he turned around and bent the ball around goalkeeper Jeff Attinella for his third goal of the season. Wondolowski took a feed from Jungwirth in the 55th minute and beat Attinella from a sharp angle for his 10th career goal against the Timbers.
San Jose (4-3-3), which had nine goals in nine games, opened the scoring in the eighth minute. During a scramble in front of the Portland goal, Wondolowski kept the loose ball from rolling wide and a sliding Jahmir Hyka tapped it home for his second goal.
The Earthquakes had seven of their eight on-target shots in the first half, when Portland (5-3-2) had just one.
SAN JOSE — Chris Wondolowski scored in the tying goal in the 77th minute in the San Jose Earthquakes’ 1-1 draw with Toronto FC on Saturday night.
Wondolowski ran onto a long pass from Nick Lima and ripped a shot from the right side that bounced off goalkeeper Alex Bono. Wondolowski chased down the rebound and chipped it in from the top of the 6-yard box.
He has 141 career MLS goals, four behind Landon Donovan for record.
Lucas Janson, a 24-year-old forward making his first MLS appearance after signing with Toronto on Aug. 8, opened the scoring for the Reds (6-12-6) in the 59th minute. Sebastian Giovinco led Gregory van der Wiel down the right side of the penalty box where he first-timed a cross to Janson for the finish into an empty net.
San Jose (3-13-8) is winless in its last 10 home games, the longest such streak in franchise history.
COMMERCE CITY -- Nana Boateng scored his first MLS goal in the 93rd minute to help the Colorado Rapids beat the 10-man San Jose Earthquakes 2-1 on Saturday night.
Boateng took Edgar Castillo's short pass and found some room in the penalty area before cutting back a shot that skipped though two San Jose defenders and outside the reach of the goalkeeper.
Shea Salinas was sent off in the 88th minute for throwing a reactive elbow that hit Dillon Serna in the face. Serna was given a yellow card for the instigating foul against Salinas.
Tommy Smith opened the scoring for Colorado (6-12-5) in the 24th minute, heading home Kellyn Acosta's cross that was played in after a short corner.
Magnus Eriksson converted a penalty for San Jose (3-13-7) in the 58th minute to level it at 1. Guram Kashia drew the penalty against Kortne Ford.