FOXBOROUGH, Massachusetts (Reuters) - Two goals by Santi Cazorla and one apiece from Alvaro Negredo and Fernando Torres led world champions Spain to a 4-0 rout of United States in a friendly on Saturday.
Spain were 3-0 up at halftime in front of a 64,121 crowd and it could have been even more after David Villa had a goal harshly disallowed for offside and Negredo clipped the crossbar.
U.S. coach Bob Bradley opted to leave a number of regular starters on the bench and was perhaps regretting that decision when Negredo was allowed to run unchallenged through the middle and finished coolly to make it 2-0 in the 32nd minute.
Cazorla added a third goal after more good work from Negredo and Silva.
But Spain continued to play with their characteristic precision passing and added a fourth goal in the 73rd minute through Torres, who latched on to a defense-splitting pass from Borja Valero to beat keeper Tim Howard.
(Editing by Tony Jimenez)