Whitecaps goalkeeper Maxime Crepeau ties MLS saves record in loss to Quakes

Judson, Chris Wondolowski and Andres Rios scored goals, and the San Jose Earthquakes dominated the flow of play en route to a 3-1 victory over the visiting Vancouver Whitecaps on Saturday night.

San Jose run riot, unleash benchmark setting 43 shots to overpower Vancouver

Vancouver goalkeeper Maxime Crepeau tied an MLS record after making 15 saves during the Whitecaps' 3-1 loss to the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday. (Darryl Dyck/Canadian Press )

Chris Wondolowski scored his MLS record 155th goal and San Jose overwhelmed Vancouver 3-1 on Saturday night ending a three-match losing streak.

Jakob Nerwinski put the Whitecaps on the board first scoring six minutes in but it was all San Jose from there. Wondolowski set up Judson a minute later before Wondlowski converted the go-ahead at the 34th minute. Andres Rios ended the scoring at the 73rd minute.

The Earthquakes (12-10-5) established MLS records with 43 total shots and 19 on goal. Vancouver (6-13-9) keeper Maxime Crepeau tied Tony Meola's 22-year-old MLS record with 15 saves on the night. San Jose beat Vancouver by the same score at BC Place on July 30.

WATCH | Wondolowski scores game winner:

Wondolowski heads in game winner over Whitecaps

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Watch Chris Wondolowski give his San Jose Earthquakes the lead in their 3-1 victory over the Vancouver Whitecaps. 1:01



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