For the second time in six days, Bobby Wood scored a late goal to give the United States its first victory at a European soccer power.
The 22-year-old from Hawaii scored in the 87th minute Wednesday night, lifting the Americans to a 2-1 victory at World Cup champion Germany in an exhibition game.
U.S. captain Michael Bradley had passed to Brad Evans, wide on the right flank, and Evans made a 25-yard diagonal pass to Wood, who had entered in the 74th minute. Wood trapped the ball just outside the arc, swiveled, took a touch and sent a 23-yard shot on a hop past goalkeeper Ron-Robert Zieler.
Wood scored his first international goal in the 90th minute Friday to give Americans a 4-3 win over the Netherlands in Amsterdam.
The U.S. had lost its previous two games against the Germans in Germany, 4-2 in 2002 and 4-1 in 2006.
Germany's Sami Khedira bounced a header off the crossbar in injury time.
Mario Goetze put the world's top-ranked team ahead in the 12th minute, but Mix Diskerud tied the score in the 41st when he ran into a precise 20-yard pass from Bradley and with the laces of his outstretched right boot kicked it in from about six yards. That culminated a 30-pass, 90-second sequence for the Americans.
U.S. Coach Jurgen Klinsmann, who sang both national anthems before kickoff, won against the country he led to the 1990 World Cup title as a player and coached to third place in 2006.
The U.S., ranked 27th, is preparing for next month's CONCACAF Gold Cup. The Americans won the 2013 title and would earn a berth in the Confederations Cup if they win this year's tournament.
Germany plays a European Championship qualifier against Gibraltar on Saturday. No. 1 goalkeeper Manuel Neuer was left off the roster along with Thomas Mueller and Toni Kroos as the stars were rested after their club seasons.