Celebrations were subdued as San Jose Earthquakes were behind at the time and Wondo is happy that his goal earned Quakes a share of the spoils and is pleased with the historical value of the goal.
“It’s good to come back and get a point, but it’s a bit frustrating,” he is quoted by saying by MLSsoccer.com. “I’m very grateful, I know the historic value [of the goal], but it’s one of those things that will slowly sink in; it hasn’t really sunk in yet.”Embed from Getty Images
The Quakes talisman praised his manager and thinks Dominic Kinnear is one of the best coaches in the league.
“He drafted me and gave me a chance. He gave me an opportunity, and I’ve learned from him. I’m grateful to be playing for him again; he’s one of the best coaches in this league.”
The 32-year-old goal-machine is delighted at netting his 100th as a fan of the club and he now sits second in the Major League Soccer scorers this season.
“It’s a bit surreal,” he said. “Right now, it’s fun. I enjoy going out there and whatever happens, happens.
“I grew up a fan of this club, so to be able do it for my hometown team in front of my friends and family is pretty cool. I got to give my dad a hug after, and he had tears in his eyes. He was my first coach and has helped me along the way. That’s what makes it special.”
We can expect Wondo to continue causing defenders problems and remain grounded as he will do what he does best, poach goals.