The U.S. international struck his second goal of the season to cap Stoke's 4-1 win against Brad Guzan and Aston Villa.
The U.S. national team defender scored on international teammate Brad Guzan in the 90th minute of Stoke's 4-1 win at Aston Villa on Sunday. It was Cameron's second strike of the English Premier League season.
Cameron began the game on a sour note as Fabian Delph beat him on the flank before cutting inside and teeing up Christian Benteke's fifth-minute opener. But Stoke responded well, getting goals from Peter Odemwingie, Peter Crouch and Steven Nzonzi en route to a 3-1 halftime lead.
The American then capped the performance just before the final whistle, coolly one-timing a 12-yard shot past Guzan after being set up by Marko Arnautovic's run down the left side.
The match marked Cameron's 30th start of the EPL season for Stoke, which sits in 10th at 9-12-10. The 28-year-old previously scored in a 3-1 loss to Arsenal on Sept. 22.