The U.S. Men's National Team blew out Costa Rica Tuesday night 4-0 in their second Copa America game.

Clint Dempsey, Jermaine Jones, Bobby Wood, and Graham Zusi scored for the U.S. as they have the largest margin of victory for a U.S. men's team in either the Copa America or the World Cup.

Dempsey's goal was on a penalty kick only nine minutes into the game. It was his 50th career goal for the U.S. team, putting him in rare company as he joins Landon Donovan as the only U.S. men with 50+ goals for the team. The goal also came in the same stadium in which he scored his first goal for the U.S.; Soldier Field.

The U.S. now sit behind Columbia in Group A of the tournament; who the U.S. lost 2-0 to in their opening match.

The U.S. take on Paraguay in their next matchup on Saturday night as they look to advance to the knockout stage of the tournament.