Was incredibly lucky not to gift Guatemala a goal with a misjudged rush out of his box. Had little else to do.
Good in the air, but had a bit of difficulty with Guatemala's opening salvo. Did wonderfully to work himself a goal late.
DMB stepped into the captain's role with style. Excellent service, used his speed to great effect in defense.
Deployed as a winger, Castillo seemingly connected more passes with opposition players than his own teammates.
Didn't offer much going forward, but was the most effective American defender when actually defending.
The obvious weak link in the back, Onyewu's injuries have taken a chunk of his already limited speed. Still good in the air, but too easily bypassed.
Looked a bit lost in the central attacking midfield role, but improved slightly after he was moved wide and Donovan shifted into the middle.
A bit overrun in midfield, but an excellent ball into Gomez for the first goal.
Had difficulty dealing with Contreras in midfield, and his technique let him down when he had a chance to bury right in front of goal.
A good finish to make sure the U.S. went into the half a goal up, and some good work down the right before that. Put in the cross that led to the penalty for the second goal.
Had a quiet start to his USA return, but warmed up in the second half, drawing the penalty and converting to become the first American to score 50 international goals, and later added his 51st. Did good dribbling work in the buildup to Wondolowski's goal.
Advanced his case most of any U.S. player. Combining well with Stuart Holden in midfield, his mature, technical presence was a visible improvement on Torres as the more creatively-inclined member of the double pivot.
Starting to look like the Stuart Holden of old, he worked well with Diskerud in the second half, offered the good cross on Donovan's second, and played some more key balls.
A late sub, and looked a bit rusty, launching a few wayward crosses, but his energy and running brought a new element of danger. Picked up an assist on the sixth after Bedoya picked up his unmolested cutback.
Came on as a second-half sub and grabbed a goal, arriving late to hammer home Brek Shea's cross.
Hugely relieved to have finally gotten on the USA scoresheet.
Came on as a late sub, wasted a decent chance by taking too many touches.