Wondolowski leads Earthquakes past United

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Chris Wondolowski scored twice to take over the MLS lead as the San Jose Earthquakes beat D.C. United 5-3 Wednesday night.

Steven Lenhart also scored two goals to help the Earthquakes (7-1-1) extend their unbeaten stretch to 6-0-1 since losing to Houston on March 14.

Wondolowski moved past New York’s Thierry Henry and into the league lead with 10 goals. Wondolowski has scored 44 times since the start of the 2010 season.

Justin Morrow had his first goal of the year for the Earthquakes, who overcame an early score from United’sDwayne De Rosario and second-half goals by Daniel Woolard and Hamdi Salihi.

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