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Video of Graham Zusi’s goal for U.S. national soccer team against Panama

In his second U.S. national soccer team appearance, former Maryland Terrapins star Graham Zusi of Sporting Kansas City scored in the eighth minute of a 1-0 victory at Panama:

Nick Rimando made several outstanding saves in the first half. The Americans, who lost defender Geoff Cameron to a red card in the 52nd minute, have won three straight friendlies. They’ll play at Italy on Feb. 29, a FIFA fixture date.

USA lineup: Rimando (Johnson 46th); DeLaGarza, Parkhurst, Cameron, Loyd (Pearce 41st); Zusi (Evans 66th), Clark (Larentowicz 66th), Jones, Shea; Wondolowski (Parke 54th), Bunbury (Sapong 76th).

Steven Goff is The Post’s soccer writer. His beats include D.C. United, MLS and the international game, as well as local college basketball.

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