Tottenham Hotspur defender DeAndre Yedlin did not shy away from getting stuck into North London rival Mesut Ozil as USA pulled off a shock win over Germany.
The World Cup winners were beaten 2-1 on home turf thanks to a late winner from Bobby Wood.
Yedlin, who signed for Tottenham from MLS side Seattle Sounders in January, was a second half substitute.
The 21-year-old has played just once for Spurs so far, and this was the first time he had gone up against Arsenal's record signing Ozil.
The German played the entire game and played well, but was unable to inspire his side to see off a fired-up USA.
Yedlin's uncompromising tackle on Ozil, which earned him a yellow card, can be seen below...
Yedlin was making his 15th appearance for his country, having starred at last year's World Cup. Ozil, five years his senior, was playing in his 68th game for Germany.