Was strong in the first half but caved in the second half as defense and midfield collapsed. Didn''t deserve to allow five goals.
- 4 H. Dranguet
He was the player with the most intelligent decisions of all the Cubans.
- 3 Y. Márquez
He made the most mistakes on defense.
- 7 M. Hernández
- 2 C. Francisco
He is the player who better moves the ball of all the Cubans but unfortunately to minute ten he left injured.
- 8 Jaime Colomé
Had several chances to equalize the game in the first half and couldn't put away chances.
Wasn't tested much but in the opportunities where he had to step up, he delivered.
Cuba didn't test Mexico much but Salcido worked hard and kept in front of his man.
Was a steady foot for El Tri but he'll probably be upset with some chances that he should have put in.
Steady night, wasn't tested much but made key interceptions.
Strong night for the winger, speeding past his man and launching precise crosses. His assist shows how valuable he was on the night.
Calm on the ball, helped El Tri in keeping possession.
Made slashing runs that give Cuba fits the entire match and had an assist, solid game.
G. dos Santos
Dos Santos was dominant against Cuba exploiting its weak defense on the flanks. He could get up the pitch at will and launched several crosses that should have been finished in the first half.
Had a nice assist in Dos Santos' final goal and had several dangerous runs to pin Cuba's defense back.
After an rare subpar first 20 minutes where he should have finished a few chances from Dos Santos, he came alive after his first goal in the 36th minute.
Spelled Marquez and was average on the night.
Had a fine assist on Chicharito's goal and was able to take advantage of Cuba's defense countless times.
A. De Nigris
Came off the bench and had an immediate impact scoring two minutes after coming on.