MLS All-Star Game 2012: Score, Highlights, Twitter Reaction and Analysis

In a stunning Wednesday night upset in Philadelphia, the MLS All-Stars pulled off a 3-2 victory over reigning Champions League champs Chelsea thanks to a stoppage-time goal that nobody could have seen coming.

The MLS All-Stars got on the board first, with San Jose Earthquakes striker Chris Wondolowski scoring in the 21st minute. "Wondo," a California native, took a cross from New York Red Bulls striker Thierry Henry and managed to find the back of the net after a Chelsea defender failed to make a clearance.

Chelsea was not to be outdone, though, as centre-back John Terry found the back of the net with his head in the 32nd minute. All was quiet for the remainder of the first half and the two teams went into the break drawn knotted at 1-1.

The Blues threatened from the moment they stepped on field after the break, and it looked like only a matter of time until the MLS defensive dam would burst. That was indeed the case, as Roberto Di Matteo's side took th...

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