SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Valeri Qazaishvili scored within the 76th minute and the San Jose Earthquakes tied the Portland Timbers 1-1 on Wednesday night time.
San Jose (2-4-5) will host Portland (4-4-3) once more Saturday night time.
Qazaishvili linked with Chris Wondolowski on a give-and-go and Qazaishvili dribbled round goalkeeper Steve Clark to faucet it in.
Clark had a diving save in Wondolowski’s header within the 89th for his fifth denial. San Jose goalkeeper James Marcinkowski made his first begin since 2018, and had two saves.
Yimmi Chará gave Portland the lead within the 33rd on an help from brother Diego, turning into the sixth pair of brothers in MLS historical past to attach on a aim. The Timbers allowed their 10th aim of the season within the remaining 15 minutes of a match.
Gamers from each groups stood at midfield earlier than the match with a “Keep Robust California + Oregon” register help of the communities effected by the wildfires.