MIAMI, FEB. 3 -- Roland Wohlfarth scored two goals in the first half today as German club champion Bayern Munich beat the U.S. national team, 4-0, on the second day of the Miami Cup tournament.
In today's second match, Switzerland overcame a 2-0 deficit to defeat Colombia, 3-2, and win the title.
Wohlfarth chipped over goalkeeper Mark Dodd's head in the 25th minute. Thirteen minutes later he scored from 12 yards after a long pass from Olaf Thon.
Manfred Schwabl made it 3-0 a minute later on a cross from Thon. Roland Grahammer scored the final goal with 14 minutes to go.
"The story of the game is called finishing," said U.S. Coach Bob Gansler. "They did and we didn't."
It was the fifth consecutive shutout for the United States since a 1-0 victory over Spartak Moscow on Oct. 27. The Americans have played scoreless ties against Trinidad and Tobago and the Soviet Union and lost 1-0 to Portugal and Switzerland.
Said U.S. defender Desmond Armstrong of Columbia, Md.: "We should have kept our composure. The team slumped mentally. We are good players."
Forward Eric Wynalda had the best chance to score for the United States when he had a second-half breakaway. His shot beat goalkeeper Raimond Aumann, the backup on the German national team, but the ball bounced off the far post.
The U.S. team's next game is Feb. 21 at Bermuda.
Bayern starts six players from Germany's national team, the defending World Cup champions.
Correspondent Keyvan Antonio Heydari contributed to this report
GOALS -- Wohlfarth (Laudrup assist), 25th minute; Wohlfarth (Thon), 38th; Schwabl (Thon), 39th; Grahammer (Ziege), 76th.
SHOTS -- Bayern Munich 9, United States 12.
SAVES -- Bayern Munich: Aumann 5; U.S.: Dodd 3.
A -- 5,107.