CARSON, CA – FEBRUARY 5: Jozy Altidore #17 of the United States scores a goal on a header against goalkeeper Maxime Crepeau #1 of Canada during the second half of their international friendly soccer match at StubHub Center February 5, 2016, in Carson, California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

After coming up empty on a few great scoring opportunities Friday night, Jozy Altidore finally came through with a header in the 89th minute to give the United States Men’s National Team a 1-0 victory over Canada in a friendly.

Having just entered the match as a substitution in the previous minute, Ethan Finlay delivered a gorgeous cross to Altidore, who put it home for the winner:

This is Altidore’s 33rd international goal, putting the 26-year-old one behind Eric Wynalda for third on the USMNT career list.

The USMNT is now off until late March, when they play Guatemala in a pair of World Cup qualifiers (March 25 and 29).

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