Chris Wondolowski moved into sole possession of second place in the all-time MLS scoring list by scoring his first goal of the season for the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday night.
Wondolowski, 35, scored stayed onside and delivered a first-time finish off the inside of the post in the 91st minute, but the Quakes still fell to Sporting Kansas City 3-2.
The striker now has 135 regular-season goals in his 14-year MLS career, moving him past Jeff Cunningham for the second-most in MLS history.
Wondolowski needs just 10 more goals to catch Landon Donovan as the league’s all-time top scorer.
Saturday night’s strike also pulled Wondolowski into a tie with Jaime Moreno for the the most goals for one MLS club. All but four of Wondolowski’s goals have come with the Earthquakes.
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