The United States men's national soccer team dominated Oman.

The United States men's national team trounced Uzbekistan 3-0 on Saturday, although the game was far tighter than the scoreboard suggests.

Head coach Gregg Berhalter stated he wanted a better performance against Oman, and he got it on Tuesday at Allianz Field in St. Paul.

The USMNT won their opening match against Oman 4-0 thanks to Folarin Balogun's first-half goal and Brenden Aaronson, Ricardo Pepi, and an Oman own goal.

Just like against Uzbekistan, the USMNT scored on a well-worked left-cross goal. 

Tim Weah was on the end of a cross drilled by Sergiño Dest, resulting in a tap-in for Balogun after Ibrahim Al-Mukhaini parried the ball.

The U.S. won the match at an hour. Aaronson took the free kick after drawing a foul near the top of the area. 

Union Berlin's shot sneaked through the wall and fooled Al-Mukhaini, who slid and saw the ball pass through him.

There was time for a much-anticipated debut for Benjamin Cremaschi, 

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