After completely dominating for 45 minutes, a horrible Philadelphia defensive lapse allows the Quakes to draw level. An overhead pass gave Chris Wondolowski some space near the end line and he chased down the ball in time to send a perfect pass to a completely unmarked Cornell Glen, who easily tapped the ball in to tie the game just before half.
By the run of play Philadelphia should have a multiple goal lead. After Fred’s opening goal Andrew Jacobsen shot from long range and the ball hit the inside of the post ad rolled dangerously across the face of goal. Later Fred connected on a one timer off a cross from inside the six yard box and should have put the ball on target and into the net.
The Union have dominated the midfield, and the Quakes only really threatened twice – once on a shocking long range effort from Joey Gjertsen that ferociously rattled the cross bar, and again in their added time goal. San Jose should consider themselves lucky to be level and will need to make some changes in the midfield if they want to earn any points today.