Made a number of fine saves. Almost embarrassed when he fluffed a Nani shot, but bailed himself out with a great recovery. Couldn't have done much for either Portugal goal.
Had a bit of a difficult time with Nani, and then gave Ronaldo far too much space at the end to send in a cross.
Hardly put a foot wrong at the back. Went into every challenge with confidence and kept Eder invisible.
Had a nightmare time at the back. Botched clearance directly resulted in the opening goal, and then lost track of Varela allowing Portugal to tie it up.
Got it done at both ends of the pitch. Electrifying in attack, making the most of found space along the right, while putting in good work defensively.
A bit wasteful with his corner kicks, but his pass to Dempsey set up the second goal.
Never managed to make much of an impact in attack. Tracked back well, but wasn't needed. Subbed off with 20 minutes to go.
Put in a top notch performance in midfield. Strong in his tackles, honouring his defensive responsibilities while still contributing in attack. Scored the goal of his life to tie the game at 1-1.
A bit rash with his challenges and was perhaps lucky not to be sent off when his elbow to the face of Raul Meireles went unnoticed.
Architect of a number of USA attacks. Should have scored when he saw his shot cleared off the line by Costa. Gave away possession in the final minute to spark Portugal's attack resulting in the leveller.
Scored the all-important second goal for the USA, that looked to be the winner. Got on the end of a number of chances and posed a real threat to the Portugal defence.
Couldn't be blamed for either USA goal. Made some important saves when asked and had solid command of the area.
A brilliant goal line clearance on Michael Bradley proved massive. Put in a sound performance to replace the suspended Pepe.
Got himself into trouble with sloppy passing at the back. His old legs appeared to catch up to him, as he was bailed out by Costa on more than a few occasions.
Never ventured forward, but kept Graham Zusi and DaMarcus Beasley quiet. Defensively sound but would have liked to contribute more in attack.
Off at half-time after an underwhelming first half. Didn't get forward to much effect, yet was constantly found out of position at the back with Fabian Johnson getting behind him on several occasions.
Looked the liveliest player in attack for Portugal. Created a number of chances for the front three that weren't converted.
Work ethic couldn't be questioned, but he seemed outmatched by Bradley and Jones. Subbed off just past the hour mark.
Scored the opening goal with a bit of luck to get onto the ball, but a tidy finish was still needed. Asked some questions of the USA defence, but couldn't get the better of Tim Howard.
Moved to left back after the first-half. Won a number of balls, but was also quick to give back possession with some errant passing.
His injury forced him to a more central role where he couldn't be as effective. A superb cross to Varela set up the tying goal. Didn't get on the ball as much as he would have liked, however.
On at half-time, but was overshadowed in midfield. Failed to stamp his authority on the match.
Kept a nation's hopes alive with his last second equaliser. Great run to get by Cameron and head past Howard into the top corner.
Came on early in the first half but failed to pose any threat in attack.