PORTLAND, Ore. -- Fanendo Adi scored two second-half goals in the Portland Timbers' 3-1 victory over the San Jose Earthquakes on Saturday night.
Jack McInerney opened the scoring in the 52nd minute. After making a sliding tackle to prevent San Jose from clearing the ball, he immediately got up and took a hard rolling shot that slid under onrushing goalkeeper David Bingham for his third goal of the season.
Adi entered the match in the 63rd minute and doubled Portland's lead two minutes later. Diego Valeri's shot from the top of the penalty area was partially blocked, but bounced to Adi at the penalty spot and he lashed a right-footer shot past Bingham for his fifth goal.
San Jose pulled within one in the 90th minute on Chris Wondolowski's penalty after Nat Borchers fouled Wondolowski in the Portland penalty area. Then a scuffle between Bingham and Valeri in stoppage time earned both players yellow cards. That was Valeri's second yellow card of the game, earning him a red card and leaving Portland with 10 players for the remainder of the game.
The Timbers sealed it late in stoppage time when Lucas Melano streaked into the San Jose area and rolled a pass across goal for Adi to tap in for his second of the night.
Portland ended a five-game winless streak to improve to 2-3-2. San Jose dropped to 3-2-2.
Portland, already missing Darlington Nagbe and Liam Ridgewell to injuries, and Dairon Asprilla only healthy enough for a spot on the bench, lost two more players to injury. Goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey left in the 50th minute with a hand injury, and midfielder Darren Mattocks was substituted in the 63rd minute with an apparent head injury after a collision with San Jose defender Victo Bernardez.