Chris Wondolowski can't stop scoring.
A week after netting four times to become the new MLS goals king, Wondo struck for a brace, the 149th and 150th goals of his career, to lift the San Jose Earthquakes to a 2-1 win over Toronto FC Sunday at BMO Field.
With three of its top attacking options out in the suspended Alejandro Pozuelo and injured Michael Bradley and Jonathan Osorio, it opened up a door for Richie Lareya to make his third start and the Toronto native rewarded coach Greg Vanney’s confidence with his first MLS goal.
The play started with Jozy Altidore receiving an Auro throw-in and laying off to Marky Delgado, who cut the ball across the six-yard box where Lareya slid in to slam the opening goal in.
Wondo leveled nine minutes later, extending a league record he broke a week ago in a 4-1 win over the Chicago Fire.
Cristian Espinoza nutmegged Ashtone Morgan with a cross from the right and Wondolowski chipped it inside the far post at the edge of the six-yard box.
The winning goal was nearly a carbon copy, with Wondolowski again finding space just in front of goal to tap in an Espinoza cross nine minutes from full time.