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The Dynamo hadn't won in ages and the Quakes couldn't be stopped lately. But, the tides changed at Avaya Stadium in San Jose Friday night.
3yThe pundits didn't see this season coming from the San Jose Earthquakes, but it was no surprise to 2012 MLS Coach of the Year Frank Yallop.
3yThe Earthquakes were one of three teams with multiple representatives on the MLS Best XI. The last time San Jose placed two or more players on the list was in 2005 with Pat Onstad, Danny Califf and Dwayne De Rosario.
3yThe 'Quakes did all they could to draw on their never say die attitude, but could only manage one goal in a furious comeback attempt and lost 3-1 to the Galaxy.
3yWith the second leg of their Western Conference semifinal against L.A., the Quakes have a chance not only to face their history, but burnish it.
3yAs they have all season, the San Jose Earthquakes left it late to find a game winner, but a winner they found, as a Victor Bernardez 35 yard free kick gave the visitors a 1-0 victory over the LA Galaxy.
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3yThe teams will play Sunday and Wednesday, with the aggregate winner of the matches advancing to the conference championship against either Real Salt Lake or the Seattle Sounders FC.