The United States men's national team kicked off their summer with a convincing 3-0 victory over Morocco on Wednesday in an international friendly.
Two goals in the first half put the Americans in full control before Gregg Berhalter's side added a third in the second half of what was an efficient attacking performance in Cincinnati.
New Leeds United man Brenden Aaronson scored the winner 26 minutes in thanks to an absolutely ridiculous first touch, turn and assist from Christian Pulisic.
Timothy Weah added the second in the 32nd minute before Haji Wright scored from a penalty kick on his USMNT debut in the second half.
The penalty looked like it would go to Pulisic before he handed the ball to Wright in a surprise move, with the well-traveled striker finishing calmly into the lower-left of the goal.
Facing a talented team that has also qualified for the 2022 World Cup, the U.S. managed to keep Morocco out of goal despite the African side producing a ton of chances and taking 22 shots.
Matt Turner was sharp in goal with some key stops, while Morocco also missed a penalty in the second half.
Morocco had double the amount of shots that the U.S. had, but the Americans managed to put 10 of their 11 shots on frame.
The U.S. finished with an expected goal total of 2.10, while Morocco finished at 2.07.
The U.S. now look ahead to Sunday's friendly against Uruguay before Nations League matches against Grenada and El Salvador.