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Revolution – Earthquakes 0-0 – QUOTES

Revolution goalkeeper Preston Burpo made 6 saves. PHOTO by Tim Bouwer / isiphotos.com

Revolution goalkeeper Preston Burpo made 6 saves. PHOTO by Tim Bouwer / isiphotos.com

Earthquakes post third consecutive shutout and earn 0-0 draw with New England Revolution

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The San Jose Earthquakes posted another clean sheet to earn a 0-0 tie on the road against the New England Revolution Saturday night at Gillette Stadium. The Earthquakes have now notched three straight shutouts and the team moved into a tie for second place in the Western Conference with the tie.

For a full recap, go to www.sjearthquakes.com

San Jose Earthquakes vs. New England Revolution 0-0

May 15, 2010 – Gillette Stadium

Misconduct Summary:  SJ – Ramiro Corrales (caution) 20; NE – Joseph Niouky (caution) 39.

New England – Preston Burpo, Kevin Alston, Cory Gibbs, Pat Phelan, Seth Sinovic, Sainey Nyassi, Joseph Niouky, Chris Tierney, Marko Perovic, Zak Boggs (Khano Smith 70), Kheli Dube (Zack Schilawksi 70).

Statistics: Shots: 11; Shots on Goal: 4; Saves: 6; Fouls: 13; Offsides: 3; Corner Kicks: 8.

San Jose Earthquakes – Joe Cannon, Chris Leitch, Bobby Burling, Jason Hernandez, Ramiro Corrales, Joey Gjertsen, Andre Luiz, Brandon McDonald, Bobby Convey, Ryan Johnson, Chris Wondolowski (Cornell Glen 83).

Statistics: Shots: 13; Shots on Goal: 6; Saves: 4; Fouls: 12; Offsides: 3; Corner Kicks: 7.



On game:

“I thought it was an even game. We had some chances to score, but overall it was a fair result. A point on the road is always good. We haven’t conceded a goal for three straight games so we can take some positives out of the game.”

On health:

“Health is a big thing. We had Jason (Hernandez) out most of the year last season and we had a lot of other players battling injuries. We are a little nicked up now, but we have a solid squad now and everyone is fighting for spots. I like the spirit on this team.”



On chance in second half:

“I saw the play developing. I took it on the chest and I looked around and I was surprised by how open I was. I started licking my chops and the ball started to get really big. I just pounded it. I probably should have done a better job placing it or laying it off to Wondo (Chris Wondolowski).”

Looking ahead to Seattle:

“Seattle has one of the best home crowds in the league. Last game at home they got beaten pretty badly so they are going to come out flying and try to get some goals early. We have to go in with a good mentality and try and get another good result.”


On defending the Revs:

“They were coming pretty direct at times which is pretty easy for us to defend. Usually the tough times are when the dynamic runs are coming out of the midfield. For the most part when it is direct it suits us pretty well. Bobby Burling did a great job in the air and Chris Leitch and Ramiro (Corrales) did a good job of tucking in behind.”

On getting a result:

“I think to come on a cross country flight and play a team with their back against the wall on a turf field and to come out with a 0-0 is a great performance for us. We would have liked to get three points, but I am sure they would say the same thing. To leave with a point is good enough for us right now so we are happy with it.”

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