OK, to the OP, here is my opinion of Wondo. Not more important than any other, just my opinion. First, he was never good enough to be considered for this team. He only scores goals against the minnows and has measurably been very average to poor against even decent ConCaCaf teams (CR, Jamaica, Honduras, El Salvador, etc). That just isn't going to cut it at the WC level, period. Mix that with the fact that Aron Jóhannsson is another great poacher, who's skill set is superior to Wondo in every way. Klinsi should have brought in another strong, fast striker (Boyd, EJ, etc) in case Altidore went down. Instead, he brought in 2 players who play little like JA, but are very close to each other. Lastly, besides the obvious sitter that I believe AJ scores almost every time, Wondo just looked out of place during the game as he doesn't have the kind of soccer savvy or understanding of the current game as AJ. Wondo consistently made simplistic runs to the wrong place and never really looked comfortable out there. Bottom line is that strikers are defined by their goal scoring prowess, period. They can have 'bad' games for 88 minutes, but score in the 90th and win the game for their team. That is the way the position works. Sadly, he didn't score the one PRIME chance he got. Not surprised, as he has missed plenty of these chances. Unfortunately, when the US plays Barbados, there are many of these types of chances and he eventually puts them away. Against a good team, you may get one of these chances - you need to put them away at this level. If not, your team goes home, simple as that.