Wondo tallies against Canada U-23s

US Men's National Team blasts Canadian squad 4-0 in closed-door scrimmage

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Chris Wondolowski tallied for the US Men's National Team in a closed-door scrimmage against the Canadian U-23 team on Tuesday.

Mikkel Diskerud, Teal Bunbury and Alejandro Bedoya also scored for the Americans in a 4-0 route. It was the first time the January campers have seen 11v11 work since reporting to Los Angeles on January 5.

Wondo converted a penalty in the second half to put the Americans ahead 3-0. The Quakes leading goal scorer from a year ago played 45 minutes, all in the second half. San Jose teammate Sam Cronin started and played 45 minutes.

Wondo won the Budweiser Golden Boot with 18 goals during the MLS regular season in 2010. The Danville native is participating in his first camp with the USMNT. Cronin, a starting midfielder for San Jose, received two caps for the U.S. during the 2009 Gold Cup.

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