Mexico vs Brazil Player Ratings

Mexico vs Brazil Player Ratings as Endrick and Martinelli Shine in Selecao’s Victory

Mexico vs Brazil Match Summary

Brazil nearly bottled the two-goal lead playing at Kyle Field Stadium, Texas. Andreas Pereira and Gabriel Martinelli brought them to the lead in the 54th minute. That was before Mexico responded late with scoring in the 73rd minute (Julian Quinones) and 90+2 (Guillermo Martinez). Luckily for Brazil, the youngster Endrick came to save the day with his late goal in the 90+6th minute. Here are the Mexico vs Brazil Player Ratings:

Mexico Player Ratings

Goalkeeper and defence

Julio José González (6.2/10)
Gonzalez had a quite busy day as Brazil controlled most of the ball possession during the game. Despite his efforts, he could not make it when Andreas Pereira brought the visitors in to take the lead.

Israel Reyes (6.6/10)
He had a tough task dealing with two of the Premier League attackers on his flank. Reyes wins some and loses some against Gabriel Martinelli and Pereira.

Edson Álvarez (6.3/10)
The team captain did his best against visitors from the south, collecting 47 touches without a single clearance.

Johan Vásquez (6.5/10)
He struggled to keep up with Brazil’s pace as he lost possession nine times, leading him to commit three fouls. Let alone duels, he could not win with only had two from six attempts.

Gerardo Arteaga (6.4/10)
He barely touched the ball throughout the game as Brazil dominated possession. Arteaga made 95 percent of successful passing rate alongside one shot on target.


Luis Romo (6.7/10)
From the 47 touches he had during the game, Romo delivered 29 passes out of 34 attempts in the midfield area.

Luis Chávez (6.9/10)
Chaves made an impact for Mexico when playing down the right flank. During 62 minutes on the pitch, he won four ground duels, delivering two shots off target.

Carlos Rodríguez (6.9/10)
He hit the ground for 61 minutes before making way for Orbelin Pineda. Rodriguez made 32 touches on the left flank with two key passes delivered.


Julián Quiñones (7/10)
Apart from his one goal, he had his other shot blocked but still won four ground duels from 11 attempts.

Uriel Antuna (6.7/10)
The Brazilian defensive line was so disciplined that Antuna couldn’t fire a single shot during the game.

Santiago Giménez (6.4/10)
Gimenez managed to deliver one key pass for his teammate but did not really have space to fire a shot.


Orbelin Pineda (6.6/10)
Losing the ball six times and collecting two tackles in the process.

Alexis Vega (7.1/10)
It’s all about quality for Vega. Appearing in only 28 minutes, he managed to deliver one key pass, one shot on goal, and one assist.

Jordi Cortizo (6.6/10)
He made two successful passes, and one of them was a key pass. Not to mention one accurate long pass in only 11 minutes.

Cesar Huerta (6.7/10)
Not much he can do in 10 minutes. Delivered one accurate pass from two attempts and got his feet on the ball four times.

Guillermo Martinez (7.7/10)
Made an instant impact since coming in the 89th minute, scoring a goal for Mexico but couldn’t save his team from losing after Endrick sealed the deal for Brazil.

Brazil Player Ratings

Goalkeeper and defence

Alisson Becker (6.4/10)
With Brazil dominating possession, Alisson could just make one attempt to keep his net from conceding.

Guilherme Arana (6.2/10)
Arana showed solid defending skill, backing up Martinelli and Pereira in front of him. He made two clearances, two successful long passes and one successful cross.

Gleison Bremer (6.9/10)
His partnership with Eder Militao helped Brazil keep a clean sheet in this game. Bremer made a total of nine defensive attempts, including three clearances and two interceptions.

Éder Militão (7/10)
Lead the defensive line very well, blocking three shots and clearing one ball inside his area.

Yan Couto (7.5/10)
Worked hard to defend his area with a total of eight defending efforts, which led him to one yellow card.


Douglas Luiz (6.8/10)
Anchoring the midfield area very well with delivering 43 successful passes out of 45 games.

Andreas Pereira (7.4/10)
The Fulham midfielder provided threats for the host’s defensive force, including one goal in the first half.

Éderson (6.6/10)
He won duels in the midfield, touching the ball 50 times to deliver 29 successful passes out of 36 attempts.


Gabriel Martinelli (6.9/10)
Extended Brazil’s lead in the second half despite missing a huge chance in the game.

Sávio (7.3/10)
Played impressively with his effective passing manner, including one assist and two successful dribble

Evanilson (6.7/10)
Dorival Júnior put him on an experiment with an output of one successful dribble attempt from only touching the ball17 times during 61 minutes of his appearance.


Lucas Paqueta (6.7/10)
Came in the second half with a hope to maintain the lead, Paqueta made 24 touches to deliver 17 successful passes.

Pepe (6.5/10)
He made 13 touches after replacing Martinelli, a lot to expect from this guy in the future.

Endrick (7.2/10)
Saved the day for Brazil with his late goal, preventing Selecao from bottling a victory.

Bruno Guimaraes (6.7/10)
The Newcastle midfielder showed composure in the midfield when coming on to replace Douglas Luiz in the second half.

Vinicius Junior (7.2/10)
Vini being Vini with his dazzling pace on the left flank despite appearing only 16 minutes. He made four successful dribble attempts, firing one shot on target.

Joao Gomes (6.2/10)
Gomes used his 15 touches in 15 minutes of appearance to deliver four successful passes from five attempts.

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