San Jose Earthquakes 2 - 2 Toronto FC

MLS Match
Saturday, February 29th, 2020, 8:30 PM at Avaya Stadium, San Jose, CA
Attendance: 18,000
Referee: Armando Villarreal
San Jose Earthquakes Toronto FC

Andrés Ríos (53)
Oswaldo Alanís (95)
Alejandro Pozuelo (pen.) (40)
Richie Laryea (51)

Team Managers
Matías Almeyda Greg Vanney

Starting Eleven
Daniel Vega
Tommy Thompson
Guram Kashia
Oswaldo Alanís
Nick Lima
Cristian Espinoza
Magnus Eriksson
Jackson Yueill
Valeri Qazaishvili
Andrés Ríos
Danny Hoesen
Quentin Westberg
Omar Gonzalez
Justin Morrow
Chris Mavinga
Alejandro Pozuelo
Tsubasa Endoh
Mark Delgado
Jonathan Osorio
Jacob Shaffelburg
Jozy Altidore

James Marcinkowski
Shea Salinas
Florian Jungwirth
Chris Wondolowski
Carlos Fierro
Cade Cowell
Alex Bono
Laurent Ciman
Erickson Gallardo
Richie Laryea
Liam Fraser
Patrick Mullins
Jayden Nelson

Shea Salinas -> Tommy Thompson (63)
Chris Wondolowski -> Danny Hoesen (66)
Carlos Fierro -> Valeri Qazaishvili (72)
Richie Laryea for Jacob Shaffelburg (46)
Liam Fraser for Alejandro Pozuelo (76)
Patrick Mullins for Jozy Altidore (79)

Tommy Thompson (33)
Jackson Yueill (70)
Guram Kashia (81)
Chris Wondolowski (96)
Jozy Altidore (71)
Tsubasa Endoh (94)

Red Cards
None. None.
Appearances & Goals To Date
Quentin Westberg (GK) 33 apps -
Omar Gonzalez 17 apps1 goal
Chris Mavinga 87 apps -
Auro 59 apps -
Justin Morrow 215 apps17 goals
Alejandro Pozuelo 37 apps15 goals
Tsubasa Endoh 51 apps8 goals
Jonathan Osorio 245 apps41 goals
Mark Delgado 169 apps14 goals
Jacob Shaffelburg 14 apps -
Jozy Altidore 140 apps72 goals
Richie Laryea (sub) 29 apps3 goals
Liam Fraser (sub) 24 apps -
Patrick Mullins (sub) 16 apps3 goals

Starting Lineup
Youngest Player:Jacob Shaffelburg (20 years 97 days)
Oldest Player:Quentin Westberg (33 years 318 days)
Average Player Age:28 years 25 days

Matchday Squad
Youngest Player:Jayden Nelson (17 years 160 days)
Oldest Player:Laurent Ciman (34 years 216 days)
Average Player Age:26 years 362 days

First Team Debuts


TFC squandered a 2-0 lead against San Jose to end up sharing the points. An Alejandro Pozuelo penalty in the first half after Jozy was fouled in the box was the difference between the sides at the half.

Six minutes into the second half, Richie Laryea scored his first of the season after Daniel Vega could only parry a Tsubasah Endoh shot. Two minutes later the Quakes pulled one back through Andy Rios and that's how it looked it would finish until deep (really deep) into stoppage time when new signing Oswaldo Alanis scored on a free-kick to take a share of the points.

Match report written by Scotty

Photography by undefined

Programme cover / Team sheet