The United States men’s national soccer team defeated Puerto Rico 3-1 on Sunday in an international friendly ahead of this summer’s Copa America tournament.

Head coach Jurgen Klinsmann played goalies Tim Howard and Brad Guzan one half each, as he has yet to make a decision on which keeper will be his starter this summer.

Goals by Tim Ream (20′) and Bobby Wood (34′) put the U.S. ahead 2-1 at halftime. Paul Arriola, making his first appearance for the national team, scored his first career international goal in the 56th minute to complete the scoring for the U.S.

Get complete details of the match from NESN.com’s Rachel Holt in the video above.

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