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San Jose Earthquakes
SJ
Final
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FC Dallas
DAL
Saturday, October 26, 20135:30 PM
Buck Shaw StadiumMLS Regular SeasonSunnyNBCSNAttendance: 10525

Match Summary

GOALS AND ASSISTS

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TimeClubPlayerAssisted By
 90'DALStephen Keel
  • Blas Pérez
 57'SJChris Wondolowski
  • Steven Lenhart
 27'SJWalter Martinez
  • Justin Morrow
DISCIPLINARY

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TimeClubPlayerReason
 85'DAL Peter LuccinFoul
 72'DAL Jair BenitezFoul
 47'SJ Ramiro CorralesFoul
SUBSTITUTIONS

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 87'SJ
Cordell Cato (M)
Shea Salinas (M)
 80'SJ
Alan Gordon (F)
Steven Lenhart (F)
 75'DAL
Zach Loyd (D)
Jair Benitez (D)
 71'SJ
Rafael Baca (M)
Ramiro Corrales (M)
 61'DAL
Je-Vaughn Watson (M)
Michel (M)
 HTDAL
Stephen Keel (D)
Matt Hedges (D)

Starting Formations

1Bingham33Beitashour5Bernardez21Hernandez15Morrow6Salinas4Cronin12Corrales10Walter Martinez8Wondolowski16LenhartM184424193071418Seitz23Acosta24Hedges25Zimmerman5Benitez8Luccin4Jacobson31Michel7Pérez33Cooper11CastilloM22172832271230RAA4

Lineups

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San Jose Earthquakes
1GDavid Bingham
33DSteven Beitashour
5DVictor Bernardez
21DJason Hernandez
15DJustin Morrow
6MShea Salinas
4MSam Cronin
12MRamiro Corrales
10MWalter Martinez
8FChris Wondolowski
16FSteven Lenhart
FC Dallas
18GChris Seitz
23DKellyn Acosta
24DMatt Hedges
25DWalker Zimmerman
5DJair Benitez
8MPeter Luccin
4MAndrew Jacobson
31MMichel
7FBlas Pérez
33FKenny Cooper
11FFabian Castillo
Bench
18Jon Busch
44Clarence Goodson
24Alan Gordon
19Jaime Alas
30Rafael Baca
7Cordell Cato
14Adam Jahn
 
22Stephen Keel
17Zach Loyd
28Victor Ulloa
32Jonathan Top
27Je-Vaughn Watson
12Erick
30Kyle Zobeck
Managers
  Mark Watson
 
  Schellas Hyndman
OFFICIALS

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RefereeGeoff Gamble  
Assistant RefereeCraig Lowry  
Assistant RefereeEric Proctor  
Fourth OfficialAlejandro Mariscal  
Saturday, October 26, 2013
5:30 PM
Buck Shaw Stadium
NBCSN

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Walter Martinez and Chris Wondolowski each scored a goal to help MLS original Ramiro Corrales go out a winner in the final game of his career, and the San Jose Earthquakes topped FC Dallas 2-1 on Saturday at Buck Shaw Stadium in the season finale for both teams.

The win – and an emotional send off for Corrales in the 71st minute – eased at least some disappointment for the Quakes, who were still eliminated from postseason contention in favor of the Colorado Rapids.

Martinez, who made his MLS debut in May, scored his second goal of the season for the Earthquakes, who needed to score 13 goals and to have the Rapids lose on Sunday in order to return to the playoffs.

Wondolowski scored his team-leading 11th goal of the season in the second half.

Stephen Keel scored in stoppage time for Dallas, who also said goodbye to a club regular in head coach Schellas Hyndman, who announced earlier this month that he will step down at the end of the season after six years on the job.

Martinez missed a shot high to the top left corner in the early going, but came back in the 27th minute to give the Earthquakes a 1-0 edge.

Justin Morrow sent a forward pass along the left sideline, where Martinez picked it up and played a dangerous cross that skipped past Dallas goalkeeper Chris Seitz, who was caught going for Steven Lenhart’s dummy run in front of the goal.

Wondolowski added his goal, a sharp drive in the upper right corner, in the 57th minute. He was assisted by Lenhart and Shea Salinas.

Corrales, making his first start since Sept. 14, had two good scoring chances in the first 11 minutes. He missed wide right in the fifth minute and again in the 11th minute.

The last original remaining MLS player from 1996, Corrales received a standing ovation from the crowd when he was introduced. A special ceremony, featuring a video tribute from players around the league, was held before kickoff.

Corrales played 250 games for the Earthquakes, the most in team history by nearly 80 games.

Corrales received another standing ovation when he was subbed out of the game in the 71st minute, and Lenhart and Victor Bernandez punctuated the moment by carrying him off the field on their shoulders.

MLSsoccer.com Men of the Match

Rank Player What We Saw
1 Ramiro Corrales Okay, so this is a sentimental pick. But the guy is the last man standing from 1996. Least we could do.
2 Steven Lenhart Typically pesky night for Lenny. One assist and a dummy that led to a goal. And some bangin'.
3 Walter Martinez Physical and scrappy all night, he was in FCD's business from the opening whistle.