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It was Urena’s first assist as an Earthquake after registering his first goal with the club last week against New York.
“The attitude we showed to respond with a goal late like that was very important,” Urena said.
The Timbers, on a three-match losing streak, were on track after Fanendo Adi and Dairon Asprilla struck in first-half stoppage time.
Joevin Jones followed up his own rebound to give the Sounders a 27th-minute lead away from home.
SAN JOSE — Although they were just a few minutes away from dropping a third straight match, the Earthquakes managed to battle back for a 1-1 draw with Seattle Sounders FC on Saturday night to remain unbeaten at Avaya Stadium.
Dating back to last season, the Quakes have not lost at home in five consecutive matches, going 3-0-2 over that span.
“It’s still a bit frustrating to feel that we slipped and gave up two points, but it is nice to have that character and know that we can come back at any time.” Having been a part of that 2012 Supporters Shield winning club that lost just once all season at home, Wondo said a similar vibe playing in San Jose like the one that was felt on Saturday night is what will be needed in order to return to the playoffs.
But Quakes coach Dominic Kinnear’s strategy to sub in Danny Hoesen to give the team more of an attacking formation sparked a furious comeback.
Seconds after a Nick Lima blocked shot that bounced just over the top of the post, Marco Urena found Chris Wondolowski with a beautiful cross from the right side of the box in the 90th minute for the game-tying goal.
PT; Sounders FC.com, KIRO Radio 97.3 FM, El Rey 1360AM | TICKETS) in the fourth round of the 2017 Lamar Hunt U. Open Cup, the match will look considerably different than their previous meeting just two weeks ago. This is a fairly routine practice especially since lower-division teams owned by higher-division clubs, like S2, are not eligible to participate in the tournament.
The Sounders will be without a suspended Clint Dempsey and defenders Joevin Jones and Roman Torres, who are away on international duty for World Cup Qualifiers with Trinidad and Tobago and Panama, respectively. Head coach Brian Schmetzer is confident Seattle will be ready to play with whomever he employs, but the biggest question facing the Sounders is against whom exactly they are going to line up. Schmetzer will be receiving feedback from S2 head coach Ezra Hendrickson about which players he recommends get called up.