Didn't have anything to do other than intercepting a cross at the beginning of the match.
Blatanty dove for Uruguay's first penalty and then was deinitely fouled inside the box for the second. His forays in the opposite box were always dangerous.
Missed a penalty and was then sent off in the span of two minutes. Nightmare.
Struggled a bit with Chong Hue's speed but had a quiet game in general, was sharp when having to intercept long balls.
Had acres of space in midfield but never seemed to understand what to make of them. Not that he had a bad game but he has lost some of his touch.
He wasn't at his best either, and was constantly fooled by the Tahitian centre-backs when trying to win the ball back. Disappointing,
Felt comfortable with the ball and tried to pick up Hernández several times with through balls. Decent game as well.
One can imagine that against such a limited team, Lodeiro's skill would impress. But it didn't happen. He scored Uruguay's fifth goal though.
Was pretty usefu as a link between defense and attack beside his usual recovery skills. Had a decent game.
Was very impressive during the first half with his speed and physical play. In the second he disappeared a bit but scored his fourth with a penalty kick. Man of the match.
Saved a penalty and denied Uruguay over and over. Despite receiving eight, he was absolutely fantastic for Tahiti and could have earned himself a trial in Europe.
Was deservedly sent off for a second bookable offense as he pulled Aguirregaray after mis-hitting an easy ball. He got a standing ovation by the fans though.
The diminutive right back tried to cover for his obvious techinical deficiencies with a heart the size of a lion. The master of the overlap in Tahiti.
Another of the Tahitian heroes, he will have enormous souvenirs from his time in Brazil.
As Simon on the other side, he was relentless running up and down the pitch.
Tahiti's captain and the leader of the defense. He has obvious limitations but his charisma was part of the fairy tale of the Islanders.
The striker tried his best to fight with the rocky Uruguayan centre-backs. He ended up exhausted and had to be substituted.
Made a big effort as his teammates did. It wasn't enough of course but he will get great memories from the competition.
He was very lively and did a couple of nice tricks with the ball. He should improve on his positional play though.
If someone deserves a trial in Europe, it's him. The 23 year old winger has the physical abilities to develop into a very interesting players. He just needs to polish his game.
Tahiti's heart and soul. He was everywhere, trying to link up the play, tracking back, asking for the ball. Amazing job by the veteran playmaker.