Had an inspired 45 minutes for the national team. Rimando started the game and ensured that Panama wouldn't equalize after the U.S. got to a early lead. Made several acrobatic saves.
Was better than his shaky first game against Venezuela. Defended the flanks well.
Created the game's opening opportunity but was strangely subbed off in the 41st minute. It looked like he might have been injured but that has been disputed.
Cameron didn't deserve a red card for his foul on Perez near the box but he clearly made a rookie mistake. Playing in a hostile road environment, center backs can't blatantly foul strikers near the box and expect referees to be lenient.
Had an effective game but was beat several times by Panama's forwards. His distribution was solid from the back.
Was solid, making good decisions in the midfield. He is clearly in midseason form. Was better in the game against Venezuela though.
Didn't make any mistakes but looked lost playing alongside Jones for 67 minutes. With the midfield pairing having similar qualities, Jones stood out more due to his technical skill.
Helped out defensively but was largely absent throughout the game. Shea gets into good positions but has to be more aggressive offensively.
Scored a real poacher's effort inside the box in the ninth minute. His finish was deadly and generally Zusi was effective during his 66 minutes of action.
Had some good fortune when his poor first touch off of a good pass from Loyd landed into the feet of Zusi. Overall, Bunbury has strength and can make good runs but needs to work on his first touch and instincts if he wants to be a national team regular.
Showed some real assertiveness with his two shots and if it wasn't for Cameron's mistake, might have had a goal to his credit.