MLS: San Jose 2, New York 1

March 11, 2013 at 12:44 AM

SAN JOSE, Calif., March 11 (UPI) -- Rookie Adam Jahn scored the late equalizer and Chris Wondolowski followed with a penalty kick goal Sunday in San Jose's 2-1 comeback win over New York.

Trailing 1-0 for most of the game, ex-Stanford Cardinal Jahn notched his first professional goal in the 83rd minute when he converted a cross from Sam Cronin for the equalizer.

His play of a San Jose corner kick in the 90th was knocked down by the arm of New York's Roy Miller, setting up a Wondolowski penalty try.

His first shot was stopped by New York goalkeeper Luis Robles, but Miller was called for being offside, thus awarding another kick to Wondolowski.

He found the mark for the game-winner on the second try.

San Jose (1-1-0) rebounded after dropping its opener to Real Salt Lake.

Eric Alexander scored for the Red Bulls (0-2-0).

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