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U.S. Men's National Team vs South Korea: Photo gallery chronicles 2-0 USA win

The U.S. men's national team completed its January training camp with an international friendly against South Korea, and Center Line Soccer photographer Maciek Gudrymowicz as there to capture all the action.

Nearly a month after it had started, the U.S. men's national team training camp came to an end with an international friendly against South Korea. And with a capacity crowd at StubHub Center enjoying every minute of it, the match ended 2-0 in favor of the Yanks.

San Jose Earthquakes designated player Chris Wondolowski scored both goals for the USMNT, raising his international career total to eight. Wondolowski's club teammate Clarence Goodson earned his 45th cap for the United States, coming on as a substitute for the game's final 30 minutes.

Though contested on February 1 -- winter in most parts of the country -- the weather in the Los Angeles area was perfect, and the 27,000 in attendance soaked up the atmosphere like it was the middle of summer as they watched the home side dispatch of fellow 2014 World Cup participant South Korea with an effective performance on both sides of the ball.

Center Line Soccer photographer Maciek Gudrymowicz was patrolling the sidelines at StubHub and presents his photo gallery from the game. For additional photographs, please visit the Center Line Soccer Facebook page and click on the USMNT-Korea album.