Brazil vs Costa Rica Player Ratings

Brazil vs Costa Rica Player Ratings as the Selecaos are held to a draw in Copa America opener

Brazil were held to a draw in their Copa America 2024 opening game against Costa Rica. The Selecaos, despite having a total of 19 shots and 74% of the possession, failed to find the back of the net. Vinicius Junior and Co. start Group D with a draw.

Brazil National Football Team Player Ratings vs Costa Rica


Alisson Becker
Alisson Becker (Getty Images)

Alisson Becker– 7: Didn’t have to make a save during the match but completed all of his 20 passes with the feet.


Marquinhos (Getty Images)

Danilo– 7.5: Completed a total 85 passes, including two key passes over the course of 90 minutes.

Eder Militao– 7.5: The Real Madrid defender completed 62 passes, including seven long balls. He was solid at the back.

Marquinhos– 8: Completed 85 passes, including 12 long balls. Helped his team keep a clean sheet.

Guilherme Arana– 7.5: Completed 76 passes and was also adeptin duel situations throughout the game.


Bruno Guimarães
Bruno Guimarães (Getty Images)

Bruno Guimaraes– 8: Dictated the play from the middle of the pitch. Passed the ball around well, including playing long balls.

Joao Gomes– 7.5: Partnered Guimaraes really well in the middle of the pitch. He was fluent with his passing range.

Rodrygo– 8: The Real Madrid superstar created one big chance and made one key pass as well.

Lucas Paqueta- 8.5: Was Brazil’s best creative player. Created a lot of chances and also hit the woodwork once.

Raphinha– 7: The Barcelona winger played well during the 70 minutes that he was on the pitch. He looked to create chances.


Vinicius Junior
Vinicius Junior (Getty Images)

Vinicius Junior– 6.5: The Real Madrid attacker failed to score playing as the leading attacker. More was expected of him.


Savio– 7.5

Endrick– 6.5

Gabriel Martinelli– 7

Manager rating:

Dorival Junior- 7

Costa Rica National Football Team Player Ratings vs Brazil


Patrick Sequeira
Patrick Sequeira (Getty Images)

Patrick Sequeira– 8: Managed four saves, including two from inside the penalty area to help his side keep a clean sheet against Brazil.


Francisco Calvo
Francisco Calvo (Getty Images)

Haxzel Quiros– 7: Showed good defensive solidity to keep Brazil at bay throughout the game.

Jeyland Mitchell– 7: The entire Costa Rica defense played well and Mitchell did his part in helping Costa Rica keep a clean sheet.

J.P. Vargas– 7.5: The central defender led his backline well against a difficult attacking unit like Brazil’s.

Francisco Calvo– 7: Did well defensively. However, his passing could have been better during the match.

Ariel Lassiter– 7: The full-back played well, did well with his passing in the limited opportunities he got.


Brandon Aguilera
Brandon Aguilera (Getty Images)

Orlando Galo– 7: On a night where Brazil dominated the ball, he made good use of the chances he had.

Jefferson Brenes– 6.5: Couldn’t make too much of an impact during the game and didn’t see too much of the ball.

Brandon Aguilera– 6.5: Much like Brenes, he failed to see too much of the ball and struggled to make an impact.


Alvaro Zamora
Alvaro Zamora (Getty Images)

Alvaro Zamora- 6.5: Costa Rica didn’t manage a single shot on target and their attackers struggled to get a grip of the match.

Manfred Ugalde– 6: Was almost invisible, completing only two passes during the game.


Warren Madrigal -6

Alejandro Bran– 6.5

Joel Campbell– 6.5

Gerald Taylor– N/A

Joseph Moura– N/A


Gustavo Alfaro- 7

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