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Chris Wondolowski sets another MLS record in historic career

FC Dallas v San Jose Earthquakes

SAN JOSE, CA - JUNE 08: Chris Wondolowski #8 of the San Jose Earthquakes celebrates during a game between FC Dallas and San Jose Earthquakes at Avaya Stadium on June 8, 2019 in San Jose, California. (Photo by John Todd/ISI Photos/Getty Images).

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Just months removed from becoming MLS’ all-time leading goalscorer, Chris Wondolowski is putting pen to the record book once again.

The 36-year-old is the league’s first player to ever score 10 goals (or more) in 10 consecutive seasons. His tenth of the season came against Sporting Kansas City, who, for one reason or another, left him unmarked in the box on a corner kick - an imprudent defensive strategy.

Wondolowski’s regular-season tally is now at 154 goals, 31 goals clear of Kei Kamara’s 123, who is the second highest active goalscorer in the league.

The San Jose Earthquakes captain’s record run began in 2010. He was 27.

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