Started off well, coming off his line to claim crosses and really kept his team in it for most of the first half. Got beat for six, but not much he could do about it.
Tried to do too much most of the night, but had some limited success despite being pretty well overmatched.
Got himself a goal off a set play to pull Belize back within one at the time. Had some rough times defending, though.
The captain had a tough night dealing with Wondolowski. Did assist his team's goal with a good delivery from a set play.
Had the guts to run at the USA defense from time to time, but lost the ball regularly.
The most consistently dangerous player on his team, but he was starved of service all night and fighting a losing battle against Goodson.
Made several last-ditch tackles, a couple of which saved goals. He was beaten on multiple occasions as well, but held his own better than most of his teammates.
Nice work through the middle the few times he got on the ball with space to work. Tried to hit McCaulay quickly to spring the break multiple times.
Not his best night - mostly because he wasn't tested - but the goal wasn't his fault and he remained alert to make a highlight save in the final moments.
Lost Gaynair on Belize's goal, then immediately threw in a cross for Wondolowski to head home.
Pretty solid most of the night, but may have been partly at fault on the goal. Managed to pull one back off a set piece.
Looked dangerous on set plays and was never really troubled by Belize's strikers.
With the USA holding the ball, he had plenty of chances to get forward and made several runs in behind. Was never troubled as a defender.
Solid night in the middle of the park. He and Beckerman did what was expected of them and dominated the midfield.
Took his man on, has looked dangerous, headed Torres' cross back in for the opener. Put in the cross for goal No. 4 as well.
Worked hard and won plenty of balls, also had some rough touches along the way. Set up the USA's second with a brilliant ball into Wondolowski. Brought off at halftime.
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Beat his man and played in a pretty cross for the opener. Missed a really nice chance right before the USA's second. Brought off for Shea an hour in.
No matter who you play, a hat trick is a good night. A hat trick before halftime is even better.
Started strongly and picked out Corona for a glorious chance in the first half. Got his 50th assist by heading down for Holden to finish, and added another later before scoring one of his own from the penalty spot.
Came on and helped the USA see out the win, nearly scoring off his first touch.
Came on for Torres for the final half an hour, creating some havoc down the left flank.
Got another long run out off the bench and once again played well, netting the USA's fourth and linking up well with Donovan.