USA vs Brazil Player Ratings

USA vs Brazil Player Ratings: Rodrygo Strikes as Clash in Florida Ends in Draw

USA vs Brazil Summary

The United States men’s national team and Brazil ended their final game before the Copa America with a draw at Camping World Stadium, Florida. The visitors took the lead early, only 17 minutes after kick-off when Rodrygo found the back of the net after receiving a pass from Raphinha. The host responded nine minutes later through Christian Pulisic who bagged his 29th goal for the national team. Here is the USA vs Brazil Player Ratings:

USA National Football Team Player Ratings Against Brazil

Goalkeeper and defence

Matt Turner (9/10)
Had a pretty busy day at the office due to Brazil’s intensity. Turner won some and lost some of the attempts but saving nine threats for his goal net was something else.

Joe Scally (6.4/10)
Quite busy defending the area from the Brazil attacking attempts by winning duels and tackles.

Chris Richards (6.5/10)
A lesson learned for Richards as he had to deal with some of the best attackers in the world today as Vini and Rodrygo came in one pack up front for Brazil.

Tim Ream (6.9/10)
Became a leader at the backline, leading young players like Chris Richards and Joe Scally on how to deal with pressures at the back.

Antonee Robinson (6.8/10)
Put a significant contribution on the USMNT’s left flank by winning duels and successfully delivering several accurate long passes.


Yunus Musah (6.4/10)
Had to deal with the likes of Bruno Guimaraes and Lucas Paqueta which was tough for him.

Weston McKennie (6.9/10)
Being a backup for Pulisic both in defending and attacking.

Gio Reyna (6.4/10)
Dictating the right flank with his space awareness and accurate long passes to cause trouble for the Brazilian defenders.


Timothy Weah (6.8/10)
Displaying a decent performance as a forward, sending shots, which went on-target a couple of times, and a successful dribble attempt into the box.

Christian Pulisic (7.6/10)
As one of the senior players within the squad, Pulisic showed his maturity in reading the games by adjusting himself around Tim Weah and Ricardo Pepi

Ricardo Pepi (6.6/10)
Couldn’t do much in his 64-minute appearance with no shots delivered.


Folarin Balogun (6.4/10)
Had no significant attacking contribution against the firm Brazilian defenders.

Johnny (6.6/10)
Had a huge expectation when coming on to replace Gio Reyna who played well since kick-off. Johnny collected 17 successful passes from 17 attempts which he got from 17 touches.

Brenden Aaronson (6.4/10)
Earned his 40th national team appearance coming from the bench replacing Timothy Weah in the second half. Brazil’s defenders were too tough for him to break apart.

Tyler Adams (6.6/10)
Practically just kicking the ball around since coming on replacing Musah. He collected four accurate passes from four attempts.

Shaq Moore (6.5/10)
He made one clearance during 10 minutes of being on the pitch after replacing Joe Scally

Brazil National Football Team Player Ratings Against USA

Goalkeeper and defence

Alisson Becker (7.7/10)
The Liverpool goalie made a decent performance with his several saves.

Wendell (7.5/)10)
Delivered two key passes which led to one big chance created, several interceptions, tackles, and duels he won are enough to show how good Wendell is.

Lucas Beraldo (7.4/10)
His composure with the ball was impressive. Beraldo sent 46 accurate passes out of 49 attempts throughout the game.

Marquinhos (7/10)
Good link-up in defending with Lucas Beraldo. Not only his spot-on defending attempts Marquinhos also helped the team by sending several accurate long balls which led to chance creating process.

Danilo (6.7/10)
Acted as a captain, operating down the right flank with Bruno Guimaraes and Raphinha in front of him.


Bruno Guimaraes (7/10)
He tried to defend the area rather than attacking but still managed to deliver one key pass apart from his multiple clearances and tackle attempts.

João Gomes (6.5/10)
Picked up a yellow and had to be replaced after the break, spending the first half guarding the midfield.

Lucas Paqueta (6.7/10)
The West Ham midfielder showed an impressive performance today by winning duels and sending accurate passes for the frontlines.


Rodrygo (8.1/10)
Wasted no time in the first half to take Brazil the lead after receiving a pass from Raphinha. He continued giving the host threats but the effort never got paid.

Raphinha (7.5/10)
Showed well-synced coordination upfront alongside Rodrygo and Vinicius Junior.

Vinicius Junior (7.5/10)
Being a center of the system in Brazil’s attacking plan. His link-up with both Raphinha and Rodrygo was giving the host troubles


Douglas Luiz (7.2/10)
Coming on in the second half to replace João Gomes, did the job well with a 100 percent rate of successful passes, including one key pass.

Savio (6.9/10)
Maintained the attacking pace of the visitors since coming on to replace Raphinha in the second half.

Endrick (7.1/10)
The Real Madrid-bound attacker showed an instant impact for Brazil after replacing Bruno Guimaraes, delivering two shots on target inside 13 minutes as an introduction.

Andreas Pereira (7.1/10)
Had one key pass already in his first 15 minutes of appearance after replacing Guimaraes.

Gabriel Martinelli (6.6/10)
Got a huge hole to fill when he came on in the second half replacing Rodrygo, the first goal-scorer of the game.

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