SEATTLE -- Chris Wondolowski scored twice and Innocent Emeghara added goal in the San Jose Earthquakes' 3-2 victory over the Seattle Sounders on Saturday night.
San Jose (1-1-0) played nearly the entire second half a man down after Victor Bernardez was sent off in the 52nd minute for a bad tackle attempt.
Wondolowski tied it at 1 in the 13th minute. Wondolowski settled a cross from Marvell Wynne with his chest and easily beat goalkeeper Stefan Frei.
Wondolowski made it 2-1 in 48th minute after Brad Evans was unable to clear a ball in the box back to Frei. The loose ball was easily taken by Wondolowski, who then finished an easy attempt.
Wondolowski has scored nine against the Sounders, the most by any active MLS player against the club.
Innocent Emeghara made it 3-1 in the 70th minute.
Obamefi Martins cut it to 3-2 in the 84th.
Clint Dempsey opened the scoring with a record-breaking goal for the Sounders at the 18-second mark. Dempsey headed in a rebound off a miss by Tyrone Mears to score the club's earliest goal in a game. The previous record was held by Eddie Johnson, who scored a second-minute goal in 2011 against Colorado.
The Sounders (1-1-0) played without coach Sigi Schmid, who missed the game to attend his son's wedding. Brian Schmetzer, his first assistant, took over the duties for the third time during Schmid's reign. Schmetzer is 2-1 acting as the coach.