Relive Tuesday night's United States vs. Mexico World Cup qualifier at Columbus Crew Stadium with the best photographs of the night, all courtesy of USA Today Sports.
The American Outlaws' pre-game tifo display: "Home." Columbus has been kind to the USMNT against Mexico, Tuesday night making four straight matchups at Crew Stadium to finish "Dos A Cero" (2-0) in favor of the Americans.
Tim Howard made a handful of quality saves, including one fiercely hit Giovani dos Santos shot that might have troubled most goalkeepers.
Clarence Goodson, only called in to the team over the weekend, put in a solid performance, winning ball after ball in the air against the smaller Mexican forwards.
Landon Donovan's return to the US-Mexico rivalry provided the much-needed spark following Friday's loss in Costa Rica.
US-Mexico games are never friendly affairs. Ask Tim Howard, who ended up with Michael Parkhurst and Angel Reyna on top of his head.
The career renaissance of Eddie Johnson, already remarkable over the last year and a half, continued on Tuesday night when he put the USMNT up 1-0.
The face of American soccer vs. the face of Mexican soccer. Donovan ended up on the ground, but Chicahrito's side s in serious danger of missing the World Cup.
Donovan, as is often the case, got the last laugh, putting the USMNT up 2-0 and solidifying another Dos A Cero moment in U.S. Soccer history.
Simple yet emphatic: The powerslide goal celebration.
Speaking of career revivals with the USMNT, 2013 has been a great year for DaMarcus Beasley, who celebrated after the final whistle.
It was only March when the USMNT was supposedly turning on head coach Jurgen Klinsmann and preparing for a full-on mutiny. Look at him now.
The US national team, American flags in hand. See you in Brazil.