The U.S. men's national team played at Cuba in a friendly the first time since 1947 and came away with a 2-0 win on Friday.

A horrible field and terrible play from both teams nearly set the sport back to before the last time they played, but an improved second half saw each team with chances as the U.S. managed to finish theirs.

Playing as a tune-up for next month's World Cup Qualifying matches, the U.S. saw substitute Chris Wondolowski and surprise starter Julian Green grab the goals in the second half to cement the result.

It was Wondolowski who put home a rebound on 62 minutes to open the scoring.

Then Wondo found Green in front of goal for a fairly easy second 71 minutes in. It was Green's second goal ever for the USMNT, the first being the strike against Belgium at the 2014 World Cup.

With the win, the U.S. heads home to prepare for Tuesday's match against New Zealand in the nation's capital.

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