Was untroubled for much of the game as Argentina dominated possession. He could do absolutely nothing with Martins' bomb to concede the Bolivia goal.
Worked well down the right and put the hard work in, but at times failed to deliver a final product. Nowhere to be seen for the Bolivia strike.
Rarely called into action as the anchorman due to Bolivia's sporadic attacks, but needed to advance the game with more urgency in the pass from deep.
A low-key game for the Roma man, who played as the covering defender while Demichelis was tasked with Bolivia's solitary forward.
One of the better performers for the home side, Clemente belied his advancing years in a tireless performance down the left, useful in attack and flawless covering at the back.
Oh dear. The Malaga defender almost cost his side the game when his horrific error let in Martins, and generally failed to convince as an international centre-back
Carried over his uninspiring club form to the international arena. Laboured and clumsy in the pass, and gave away far too many balls to kill prospective offensives.
Failed to take advantage of a rare start in Argentina colours. Brilliant in bursts and hit the post with a great effort, but could not sustain his game over the 90 minutes and too often went missing on the left.
Linked well at times with Messi and Pastore, and gave a lovely pass to set up the equaliser. Gave a good case to stake a more regular place in the team.
The captain was far from his best. The crowd were treated to a handful of his trademark runs and defence-splitting passes, but his usually deadly left foot let him down when Argentina were desperate for a winner.
Robbed of a perfectly valid goal in the first half, but generally was unable to shake off the rabid marking of the Bolivia backline and do the damage in the area.
Powerless against the goal, but repeated his heroics in La Plata to once more frustrate Argentina with proactive, faultless goalkeeping.
Was more than up to the challenge of marking Pastore on the right-hand side, and excelled with a couple of vital interventions.
Knew exactly what he was tasked to do against the star-studded frontline opposing him, and was more often than not there to break up any attacks which came his way.
Occasionally caught out by the marauding Zabaleta, but played a conservative, safety-first defensive game which helped Bolivia towards their objective of a draw
Did brilliantly to clear off the line and deny Pastore an equaliser, and has every reason to be pleased with his performance.
Part of a sterling midfield effort which helped cut Argentina down in their tracks. Always attentive and rarely caught out of position.
The playmaker had little play to create, but tried gainfully against improbable odds when the ball arrived in the Argentina half.
Man of the match performance from the Bolivar youngster, who refused to be overawed by the names in front of him and made Ricky Alvarez's life in particular a living hell with his tough tackling.
A terrier in the middle, put in a bruising display which at times crossed the line between tough and illegal but nevertheless nullified a lot of Argentina's attacking potency.
The Brazilian-born winger could not repeat his goal-scoring heroics of the Copa America against Argentina, but ran hard and tried to give an attacking dimension with little support.
Like all good strikers, made the most of the few chances he received. Smashed a beautiful effort into the roof of the net after being handed the chance by Demichelis' inattention.
- M. Andújar
- A. Orión
- F. Fernández
- F. Monzón
- L. Desábato
- P. Guiñazú
- R. Braña
Came in late in the game, but could not provide the touch needed to gain three points.
- N. Gaitán
- G. Denis
Galvanised the Argentine team when he entered following Bolivia's goal, and took his chance perfectly to equalise. Unlucky to add to his tally with another excellent chance later in the game.
- S. Agüero
- D. Vaca
- S. Galarza
- E. Rodríguez
A late substitution as coach Quinteros looked to run down the clock
- A. Melean
- J. Campos
- L. Liendo
- A. Jiménez
Took over from the exhausted Martins in the final minutes, but given no time to shine
- J. Arce
Took over from Rojas in the second-half and impressed with some strong running down the right, even giving Argentina a late scare with a teasing cross