San Jose Earthquakes vs. New York Red Bulls: What We Learned

They're back!

The Earthquakes got back to their 2012 form in a 2-1 victory over the New York Red Bulls.

They obviously needed a game to work out the rust. They lost the season opener 2-0 to Real Salt Lake one week prior. However, they had their never-say-die attitude back in full swing on Sunday. 

The Quakes looked sharp early with a couple quick chances being swept away by the Red Bulls defense. However, it was New York who got the scoring started. Eric Alexander scored off a Thierry Henry cross in the 16th minute. 

There weren't a lot of opportunities for either side until late in the game. In the 83rd minute, rookie substitute Adam Jahn put a Sam Cronin cross into the back of the net. Cronin received a through ball from captain Ramiro Corrales and sent a left-footed cross across the goal for the outstretched foot of Jahn.

The Earthquakes weren't finished yet. Chris Wondolowski scored on a penalty kick in the 90th minut...

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