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2012 MLS All Star Game Halftime Score Update: Wolondowski Scores, Tied 1-1

The MLS All-Star Game is underway in Philadelphia on Wednesday night. The MLS All-Stars jumped out to a lead, only to see Chelsea come back and tie it up. The score is 1-1 at the half.

San Jose Earthquakes striker Chris Wondolowski scored at the 21-minute mark, sending the crowd into a wild frenzy of celebration. MLS' leading scorer simply tapped it in after John Terry failed to clear it.

Terry redeemed himself 11 minutes later. He got the ball at the end of a corner kick and hammered it home with a header to make it 1-1. Terry then found himself on the receiving end of a rain of boos from the American crowd, a similar feeling to what he has experienced elsewhere.

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