Landon Donovan, who scored an iconic goal against Algeria in the 2010 World Cup, is retiring at the end of the MLS season.
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October 08, 2014

Landon Donovan will play in his final game with the U.S. men's national team Friday, when he dons the captain's armband and plays about 30 minutes in the USA's friendly against Ecuador at Rentschler Field.

It will cap an illustrious international career, one that has seen him score a U.S.-record 57 times. Five of those came in 12 World Cup games – both also U.S. records – and three have come against Friday's opponent, all in a hat trick in March 2007. Donovan, who also holds the U.S. record for assists with 58, will end his international career with 157 caps, second only to Cobi Jones (164) in U.S. history.

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Here are all of his U.S. goals, broken down by minute (with video for each), location, opponent and opposing goalkeeper:

Where did Donovan score all of his goals?

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The opponents Donovan scored against

8
8Cuba
 

 

6
6Mexico, Honduras
 

 

4
4Panama
 

 

3
3Ecuador, El Salvador, Scotland, Costa Rica
 

 

2
2Canada, Denmark, Guatemala
 

 

1
1Algeria, Barbados, Belize, Brazil, Ghana, Grenada, Italy, Jamaica, Korea Republic, Paraguay, Poland, Slovenia, Sweden, Venezuela, Wales
 

 

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The goalkeepers on Donovan's victims list:

8
8Odelin Molina
1: Gilberto Angelucci, Kellon Baptiste, Gianluigi Buffon, Julio Cesar, Jesper Christiansen, Jesus Corona, Samir Handanovic, Paul Jones, Richard Kingson, Aaron Lawrence, Woon-Jae Lee, Rais M'Bolhi, Radoslaw Madjan, Adrian Martinez, Miguel Montes, Keylor Navas, Pat Onstad, Shane Orio, Jaime Penedo, Oscar Perez, Dagoberto Portillo, Santos Rivera, Alvin Rouse, Rami Shaaban, Peter Skov-Jensen, Greg Sutton, Alfredo Talavera, Justo Villar

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