San Jose Earthquake’s forward Chris Wondolowski made history Saturday during the match against Chicago Fire at Avaya Stadium, breaking the all-time scoring record set by Landon Donovan in Major League Soccer.
The Danville native scored the first goal of the match just 20 minutes into the game, and tied the scoring record at 145. Not long after, he broke the record with another goal in the 47th minute.
Wondolowski didn’t stop there and went on to score two more goals for the Earthquakes, setting the record at 148 goals.
Wondolowski joined the Quakes in 2005 as a MLS Supplemental Draft. He played with Houston Dynamo from 2006 until 2009 when he returned to San Jose.
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