MLS: Kansas City 1, San Jose 1 (tie)

Oct. 2, 2011 at 1:35 AM

SAN JOSE, Calif., Oct. 2 (UPI) -- Teal Bunbury answered a late San Jose goal with one of his own only seconds later Saturday, boosting Sporting Kansas City into a 1-1 with the Earthquake.

Chris Wondolowski appeared to have given the Earthquakes the win in the 85th minute, converting a cross in front of the goal from Steven Beitashour into a score past past Jimmy Nielsen.

But Kansas City (11-9-12) came right back when Bunbury took the ensuing kickoff down field and sent a laser-like shot on goal, and beating San Jose goalkeeper Jon Busch to salvage a point.

Eastern Conference-leading Sporting remained unbeaten in three games.

San Jose (6-11-14), meanwhile, logged its third consecutive tie.

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