• FT

    Philadelphia

    3

    Chivas USA

    0

  • FT

    Toronto

    2

    San Jose

    3

  • FT

    DC United

    1

    Houston

    3

  • FT

    New England

    2

    Columbus

    2

  • FT

    Chicago

    0

    Seattle

    1

  • FT

    Kansas City

    1

    Dallas

    3

  • FT

    Salt Lake

    1

    Colorado

    1

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

BMO Field, Toronto

Referee: Kevin Stott

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Toronto FC

  • Dwayne De Rosario 66'
  • Maicon Santos 79'

2 - 3

FT

San Jose

  • Chris Wondolowski 2' PEN
  • Chris Wondolowski 53'
  • Chris Wondolowski 67'

San Jose edges Toronto FC 3-2

TORONTO (AP) -- Chris Wondolowski had a hat trick to lead the San

Jose Earthquakes to a 3-2 victory over Toronto FC on Saturday.

Dwayne De Rosario and Maicon Santos scored for Toronto (8-10-8),

which hurt its playoff hopes with the loss to San Jose (11-7-6).

Toronto FC cost itself early, giving up a goal in just the third

minute on a penalty shot - awarded when Dan Gargan took down

Bobby Convey in the 18-yard box - and spent the rest of the game

trying to battle back from the early game mistake.

Wondolowski sent his penalty shot past Toronto goalkeeper Stefan

Frei to the left corner.

The Earthquakes midfielder notched his second of the game in the

53rd minute, sprinting through Toronto's back line to connect on

a cross from Ryan Johnson.

De Rosario put Toronto back in the match, chipping in a shot

from just outside the 18-yard box into the top-right corner past

Earthquakes goalkeeper Jon Busch.

But just a minute later, Wondolowski scored to give the

Earthquakes a 3-1 lead.

Santos scored in the 80th minute, sprinting onto a cross from

Mista and tapping in a left-footed shot right in front of the

net.

Toronto kept the pressure on the Earthquakes in the final few

moments, and Jacob Peterson had the chance to tie the game in

the 90th minute. But the Toronto midfielder sent his shot

sailing over the net, collapsing on his knees in frustration as

the crowd groaned.

Toronto was fortunate to trail by only a goal at halftime - the

score could have been more lopsided if not for a couple of

spectacular saves by Frei. Wondolowski nearly notched his second

goal of the game in the 25th minute, but the Toronto goalkeeper

stretched to tip the ball over the crossbar. Frei had another

outstanding save just before halftime, managing to get his hand

on a free kick from Geovanni that seemed destined for the left

corner of the net.

NOTES:Toronto was missing Martin Saric (hamstring) and Joseph

Nane (ankle), injured in Tuesday's game against Cruz Azul. ...

Toronto hosts Real Salt Lake on Tuesday in a CONCACAF Champions

League matchup.

Scoring Summary

  • Toronto FC
  • San Jose

Match Stats

  • Toronto FC
  • San Jose
15(4) Shots (on goal) 13(7)
7 Fouls 4
4 Corner kicks 5
4 Offsides 1
0% Time of Possession 0%
1 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
4 Saves 2

Teams

  • Toronto FC
  • San Jose
Substitutes
Substitutions
Yellow Cards
Jon Busch (84')