Player Ratings: Cuba 0-1 Canada

Goal.com takes a look at the player performances from the World Cup qualifying match in Havana, in which 10-man Canada defeated Cuba 1-0 through a goal from Olivier Occean.
Canada Ratings

Milan Borjan - Goalkeeper 3.0 Came in late in difficult circumstances and did what was necessary to preserve Canada's 1-0 lead.

Lars Hirschfeld - Goalkeeper 2.5 He put his team in an awkward position by handling outside the box, earning a red card. Was steady until his dismissal.

Julian De Guzman - Midfielder 3.0 Shielded the back four well and did a lot of running in midfield. Looked exhausted when he was substituted.

Andre Hainault - Defender 3.0 Steady at the back. Cleared the danger on several occasions, making potentially difficult situations look harmless.

Ante Jazic - Defender 3.0 Was forced to take a yellow card, but was disciplined otherwise.

David Edgar - Defender 4.0 Provided Canada's best service from the wide areas, culminating in a beautiful cross for the game winner.

Kevin McKenna - Defender 3.5 Played a captain's game in awkward circumstances, keeping a cool head in this heated qualifier.

Dwayne De Rosario - Midfielder 3.5 Came close to scoring on a number of occasions, hitting the crossbar and forcing Cooper into a fine save.

Atiba Hutchinson - Midfielder 3.5 Came on with Canada down to 10 men and solidified the midfield, helping his team retain possession well despite being down a man.

Nikolas Ledgerwood - Midfielder 3.0 Did a lot of running for his team and helped settle things down in midfield.

Tosaint Ricketts - Midfielder 3.0 Workmanlike performance punctuated by a few incisive passes.

Olivier Occean - Striker 3.5 Took his goal well to clinch the win for Canada but was isolated for large stretches.

Simeon Jackson - Striker 3.0 Came on with Canada down to 10-men and provided an outlet to ease the pressure by running at the Cuban backline.

Stephen Hart - Manager/Coach 4.0 Selected the right players and kept the team focused despite distracting circumstances.