Player Ratings: India 6-5 Syria (1-1 AET) rates the performance of the two sets of players.....

Subrata Pal (9.5): Was a giant between the sticks for India and made excellent saves during the penalty shootout

Surkumar Singh (6.5): Played well and marched forward on a number of occasions but did not look very strong defensively

Gouramangi Singh (6): Played below par and looked shaky at the back, especially in the second half of the match

Anwar (7): Had a better match than on other days

Mahesh Gawli (7.5): Gawli was a star at the back for India and did an excellent job in the match

Steven Dias (7):
Continuously and tirelessly whipped in crosses from the flanks and looked dangerous on set-pieces too

Climax Lawrence (8): Started the match brilliantly but got fizzled out towards the latter stages of the second half

NP Pradeep (5.5): Played probably his worst game of the competition and looked lost in midfield

Anthony Pereira (5): Like Pradeep looked wan and lost in the middle of the park

Bhaichung Bhutia (6.5): Didn't have the best of matches but laid the ball well for his strike partner Sunil Chhetri on a couple of occasions

Sunil Chhetri (4.5): Was one of his more forgettable performances in an India shirt as he missed no fewer than three chances throughout the game. Luckily, they didn't count for much.


Mehrajuddin Wadoo (4): Came on as a substitute but couldn't add much to the game. Also missed his penalty in the shootout

Renedy Singh (8.5):
His curling free-kick was one of the best goals in the match and he did more than his share in the match


Mosab Balhous (6): Looked good between the sticks for Syria but couldn't do it well during the penalty shootout

Ali Dyab (7):
Was good at the back and contributed to the Syrian attack as well

Esmaeel (5.5): Was a defensive flop for Syria and allowed the Indian attacking players to get the better of him on a number of occasions

Belal Abdul Daim (7):
Looked brilliant throughout the match

Hamzeh Alttoumi (6.5):
Didn't have the best of games today but did good enough

Wael Ayan (7.5):
Had a brilliant game and was one of the best Syrian players on the pitch

Abdalrazak Al Housain (7): Wasn't as threatening as he usually was throughout the competition but his talent made him a strong presence in the midfield

Moutaz Kaldini (7.5): Kaldini, as ever, was a threatening players for the opposition and looked marvelous again in the match

Bakri Tarab (6):
Had a fairly average game and didn't do much of note

Mohamad Al Zeno (4): He played brilliantly throughout the competition but failed to perform when it mattered the most

Abdul Fatah Alaga (8): Was again a nuisance for the opposition and terrorized the Indian backline


Ahmad Haj Mohamad (6):
Came on as a substitute and look modest but effective

Raja Rafe (6.5):
Came on as a substitute and looked quite good India