Made some key saves in the first half that took the wind of Jamaica's sails.
Isn't the most athletic defender but his veteran experience was invaluable as he positioned himself well and made some key interceptions.
Never allowed his man to have too much space and was solid in marking.
Continues to improve in the left back position and was good moving forward.
Put in a decent performance and most importantly, didn't make any mistakes.
Even though he clearly dived to force Jamaica to get a red card and play a man down, Jones' top effort can't be ignored. He had several dangerous runs forward and looked fearless throughout the entire match.
His inclusion in the lineup gave the U.S. something different on offense as his solid passing alleviated the pressure on Bradley and Jones.
Had some solid runs in the first half but was less effective in the second half and was subbed off. Overall, good performance from the young winger.
Throughout the Gold Cup, Bradley has shown that he is the key catalyst to the U.S. midfield. Jamaica's coach praised the 23-year-old saying that his precise passes were difficult for the Reggae Boyz to defend.
came out gunning early with two spectacular strikes in the first half. Clearly out to get on the scoresheet, Dempsey finally scored in the 80th minute thanks to a pass from Agudelo.
Due to an early injury, he wasn't in the game long enough to make an impact.
- 23 M. Hahnemann
- 15 T. Ream
- 20 F. Adu
Came on late for Jones and gave the U.S. some good minutes as a midfield anchor.
- 12 J. Bornstein
Was strong in the second half after having some struggles in the first half. While he still needs to work on his aerial game considering how tall he is, Agudelo's late assist shows he is rounding out his game.
Donovan was brought on for Bedoya in the 65th minute and brought some fresh legs. The 29-year-old midfield star had an average night but will be happy to have some rest after a late night....