The United States put on a record performance with their victory over Canada in the World Baseball Classic, 12-1 after seven innings on Monday night.

The United States took an early lead in the game, scoring nine runs in the first set, without conceding a single one.

Canadian Jared Young scored Canada’s only run on a home run in the second inning.

The Canadians hit 5 hits in the game, against 10 for the United States.

Chicago White Sox pitcher Lance Lynn pitched the entire game for the United States, with just one run conceded in seven innings of work.

Canada will play its next game against Colombia on Tuesday at 3 p.m.