The U.S. men's national team took care of business against South Korea on Saturday, as Chris Wondolowski scored both goals in the 2-0 victory.
The first goal came just minutes into the match, as a Brad Davis shot was saved off the line, but Wondo was there to head home the loose ball. Enjoy the video:
After persevering through the rest of the first half, the U.S. played with more verve in the second half. And with substitutes readying the enter the game, Wondolowski struck again, this time on a strong right-footed effort in the box. More video to enjoy:
The two goals raised Wondolowski's international career total to eight -- all since the start of July 2013 -- in 18 appearances for the USMNT. He returns from national team duty following the match to join up with the San Jose Earthquakes preseason training camp already in session.