Jonathan Lewis has an assist in each of his first two USMNT matches. (Photo courtesy of MLS)

New York City FC goalkeeper Sean Johnson and forward Jonathan Lewis Tuesday were called into the U.S. men’s national team for their second consecutive camp.

Center back Alex Callens received a call-up into Peru’s camp for friendlies against Paraguay and El Salvador.

Johnson earned his sixth cap in a 3-0 victory over Panama in January. On Sunday, he kept his first clean sheet of the year in a scoreless draw with D.C. United.

Lewis made national team debut in the same match against Panama and provided an assist to Christian Ramirez after coming on as a substitute. He followed up his debut performance with a second assist in as many appearances against Costa Rica.

Lewis has appeared in both matches this season for NYCFC and assisted Ebenezer Ofori’s opening day goal in a 2-2 draw at Orlando City SC on March 2.

Callens has 11 caps, most recently appearing for Peru in October when he played 90 minutes in a 1-1 draw with the U.S.

He has played all 180 minutes this season for NYCFC.