After the first half the game was without a score, which saw plenty of end-to-end action. Chances are on both sides, but Vancouver has a narrow margin with five shots on target, two of which are ahead Freddie Montero And Defender Andy Rose (In both Vancouver corners). San Jose also forced the goalkeeper Evan Bush, Making his Vancouver debut, saved two keys at the end of the first half.
It seemed only time for one of the teams to break the deadlock and five minutes before the second half, Christian Espinoza Hit first for San Jose.
A few minutes later, Whitecaps FC reduced not only a goal, but also a man when Andy Rose was sent off for a second yellow.
Forward Andy Rios Earthquakes and then added a second target Eric Godoy Last 15 minutes, San Jose’s Vancouver is shown in red to carry nine Paul Mary A third was added to close the deal and secure victory.
- Large image: After the massive defeats suffered by earthquakes in recent weeks, it is hard to believe that they are now sitting above the playoff line after a third consecutive victory. Meanwhile, the Vancouver team are four points away from the post-season final playoff spot.
- Moment of the match: After 50 minutes of play and chances on both sides, San Jose Earthquakes designated player Christian Espinoza finally took advantage of his team and led the way to victory.
- Man of the Match: Christian Espinoza was dangerous throughout the game and could not find the back of the net in the first half. He was consistent and opened the scoring for San Jose in the second 45.