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Topic - Chris Wondolowski
For years, Chris Wondolowski waited for this chance. He kept pushing through training as he was passed over to play for his country, hoping the opportunity would eventually come.
Back with the San Jose Earthquakes after their nearly monthlong stint on the U.S. national team and training in Sao Paulo, Clarence Goodson and Chris Wondolowski believe Brazil will be ready for the World Cup stage come June.
Chris Wondolowski took full advantage of his opportunity to impress, scoring both of the United States' goals in a 2-0 exhibition win against South Korea over the weekend.
Chris Wondolowski scored both goals in the United States' 2-0 victory over South Korea in an international friendly Saturday.
Chris Wondolowski is pretty sure his only chance to make the U.S. World Cup roster is to keep creating offense at every opportunity.
Midfielder Brad Davis is in the starting lineup for the U.S. national team in its exhibition match against South Korea.
Donovan has five goals in the tournament, tying him with teammate Chris Wondolowski for most in the Gold Cup. Although assists aren't an official statistic in the Gold Cup, Donovan has set up seven goals, including four in the last two games.
There are few luckier draws on the soccer calendar than playing Belize at your place.
Bill Hamid made eight saves for D.C. United (1-1-1), including a diving save on Brandon Barklage's shot off a corner kick in stoppage time, which came close to crossing the goal line.
To Major League Soccer, the All-Star Game in recent years had become, in some regards, a sore subject. Envisioned as a spotlight for the league's top talent, the midsummer spectacle instead developed into an arbitrary symbol for how far soccer in the U.S. still has to go.
Back in his playing days with D.C. United, Ben Olsen relished the chance to test himself when European giants came across the pond. Sure, the friendlies didn't count in the standings. But no matter the stage, going head-to-head with world-class talent is a special experience.
D.C. United coach Ben Olsen will be in charge of at least one familiar face when he leads the MLS All-Stars against Chelsea FC later this month, as United captain Dwayne De Rosario was named Sunday to the fan-voted All-Star First XI.
Chris Wondolowski scored twice to take over the MLS lead as the San Jose Earthquakes beat D.C. United 5-3 Wednesday night.
Perry Kitchen stood in the D.C. United locker room Saturday night shaking his head in disbelief.
David Ferreira of FC Dallas has been voted the Most Valuable Player of Major League Soccer.
"I feel like I have a great base," Wondolowski said. "I have a lot of confidence that I can play at a high level and hopefully I can bring it here and continue that. There's a lot of positives from it and I'm going to take those back here with the Earthquakes and implement them here. That's always my goal. I had a blast with it. I love playing at any level, especially when it's the highest I thoroughly enjoy it. Whatever happens, happens. Until then, just try to play to the best of my ability."
"I'm going to try to keep doing what I'm doing. It's helped get me here for a reason, so I can't change it, can't try to press too hard," he said. "Let it happen. That's what they tell you, just continue to try to get better and continue and try to improve in all aspects and keep that going."