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Earthquakes clinch playoff spot, beat Minnesota 3-2

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) Marco Urena scored in the third minute of stoppage time and the San Jose Earthquakes secured a playoff spot with a 3-2 victory over Minnesota United on Sunday in their regular-season finale.

San Jose (13-14-7) needed a win for the final spot in the Western Conference after FC Dallas' 5-1 victory over the Los Angeles Galaxy. It's an unexpected run for the Earthquakes, who fired coach Dominic Kinnear midway through the season.

In the build-up to the winner, San Jose goalkeeper Andrew Tarbell sent a long ball that was chested by Victor Bernardez and headed to Quincy Amarikwa inside the 18-yard box. Minnesota goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth pushed Amarikwa's shot wide but San Jose star Chris Wondolowski chased it down for a feed to an open Urena in front of goal. (MORE)

San Jose Leaders
G: C. Wondolowski13
Ast: C. Wondolowski8
PKG: C. Wondolowski1
YC: A. Godoy10
RC: V. Bernárdez2
GAA: D. Bingham1.52
CS: D. Bingham7
San Jose Team Stats (Rank)
Goals: 39 (20)
Goals Allowed: 60 (5)
Penalty Kick Goals: 1 (21)
Shots: 467 (8)
Shots on Goal: 146 (16)
Yellow Cards: 52 (6)
Red Cards: 7 (20)
Schedule
DateOppTime
10/25VAN-SJ7:30 PT8:30 MT9:30 CT10:30 ET2:30 (+1) GMT4:30 3:30 3:30 5:30 KSA12:30 AET8:00 (+1) IST10:00 VEN6:30 (+1) UAE10:30 SST10:30 9:30 7:30 MST9:30 EST22:30 ET21:30 NaN:� BRT22:30
Full Schedule
Results
DateOppFinal
8/19SJ-PHIT 2-2
8/23RSL-SJL 0-4
8/27LA-SJW 3-0
9/9TOR-SJL 0-4
9/16SJ-HOUW 1-0
9/23DC-SJL 0-4
9/27SJ-CHIL 1-4
9/30SJ-PORW 2-1
10/15VAN-SJT 1-1
10/22SJ-MINW 3-2
Transfers
DatePlayerFromToType
1/31D. HoesenGRNSJLoan
1/31F. JungwirthDSTSJTransfer
7/1V. QazaishviliVISSJTransfer
7/21F. AffolterLUCSJTransfer
1/7H. CummingsALJSJTransfer
1/27M. UreñaBIFSJTransfer
Injuries
DatePlayerStatus
No recent injuries
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