Wondolowski held scoreless, has one more game to break record

SAN JOSE – Chris Wondolowski didn’t score Sunday at Avaya
Stadium. Neither did anyone else.

Needing one goal to tie Landon Donovan for the MLS career
scoring record, Wondolowski took eight shots but had no shots on
goal as the San Jose Earthquakes and the Colorado Rapids played to
a 0-0 draw.

Wondolowski, who has 144 career goals, has one more chance to
break the record this season when the Quakes visit Seattle next
Sunday.

The scoreline was a fitting end to the home schedule for the
Quakes (4-20-9, 21 points), who are already assured of the worst
record in franchise history and the fewest points in MLS this
season. San Jose won just twice at Avaya this year, and once since
March 3.

Quakes goaltender JT Marcinkowski, making his fourth career
start, made two saves in his first shutout. Tim Howard, who allowed
Wondolowski’s first MLS goal 17 years ago, made four saves for
the Rapids.

Colorado (7-19-7, 28 points), which has scored the fewest goals
in the league (34), was outshot 20-6.

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Wondolowski held scoreless, has one more game to break record