Brazil vs Colombia Player Ratings

Brazil vs Colombia Player Ratings: Raphinha Shines, Vinicius Jr. Disappoints

Brazil and Colombia played out a 1-1 draw in their final Copa America 2024 group game. Raphinha scored the opening goal for the Selecaos in the 12th minute before Daniel Munhoz equalized for Colombia in the injury time of the first half. In this article, we take a look at the player ratings from the match.

Brazil National Football Team Player Ratings vs Colombia


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Alisson– 7.5: Made five saves, two from inside the area. However, made an error as well that led to a shot. He was good with his passing.


Danilo– 7: Passed around the ball well. Danilo, though, could have done well in the duel situations.

Eder Militao– 7: The Real Madrid defender played a good game and also showcased his passing range.

Marquinhos– 7.5: Marshalled his defense well for the majority of the game. Overall, it was a good performance from the PSG defender.

Wendell– 6: While his passing was good, Wendell was vulnerable in duel situations. He also lost possession a massive 11 times.


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Bruno Guimaraes- 7: Was accurate with his passing for the most game and also managed a shot on target. He did well in duel situations as well.

Joao Gomes– 6: Failed to make any notable impact on the game. Despite passing the ball around, not his best performance.

Vinicius Junior– 7: Brazil’s main attacker failed to create the spark expected of him. He didn’t have too much of an impact on the game.

Lucas Paqueta– 7: While didn’t manage to showcase his passing range, Paqueta did well in duel situations to help his team out.

Raphinha– 8: Arguably Brazil’s best player on the pitch. Scored the opening goal and also had a good overall game.


Rodrygo– 7: The Real Madrid ace is yet to find his best form. While he had a decent outing against Colombia, it was nothing extraordinary.


Andreas Pereira– 7

Savinho– 6.5

Ederson– 6.5

Douglas Luiz– 6.5

Endrick– 6.5

Manager rating:

Dorival Junior– 6.5: His team needed a win to finish atop the group. Dorival Junior failed to formulate a way to do so. His team ended the group stage with only one win out of three matches.

Colombia National Football Team Player Ratings vs Brazil


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Camilo Vargas– 7: His passing was not up to the expected standards. Apart from that, it was a fair outing from Vargas.


Daniel Munhoz– 7: Scored the all-important equalizer to help his side secure the top spot in the group.

Davinson Sanchez- 6.5: Passed the ball around well but squandered possession too many times.

Carlos Cuesta– 7: Was good with his passing and helped his team build from the back.

Deiver Machado– 7: Machado did well with his passing but was somewhat wasteful with his passing.


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Richard Rios– 6.5: Had a decent outing. However, in an ideal scenario, could have made a better impact for his side.

Jefferson Lerma- 7: Had a solid presence in the middle of the park and helped Colombia pass the ball around well.

Jhon Arias– 6.5: Much like Rioc, could have made a better impact dispute having a decent showing.


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James Rodriguez– 8.5: Had one shot on target, hit the woodwork once. Also managed three key passes. A vintage James Rodriguez performance.

Jhon Cordoba- 7.5: Cordoba came up with the assist for the all-important Colombia goal.

Luis Diaz 7: Had one shot on target but also missed a massive chance during the game.


Johan Mojica– 6.5

Mateus Uribe- 6.5

Rafael Borre– 6

Jorge Carrascal– 7

Luis Sinisterra– N/A

Manager rating:

Nestor Lorenzo– 7: While the match ended in a draw, it was a good enough result for Colombia, and Lorenzo secured that his team finished atop the group.

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