It was a bittersweet 2019 Gold Cup for the U.S. national team, which took major steps in its first tournament with Gregg Berhalter in charge, but left the competition disappointed after a frustrating 1-0 loss to Mexico in the final.
That defeat has left the Gold Cup feeling like bit of a failure for the Americans, but that would ignore the many positives that emerged from the tournament. We saw Christian Pulisic and Weston McKennie step up as leaders, Aaron Long emerge as a defensive force, and youngster Reggie Cannon go from being the last player added to the roster to being one of the team's biggest surprises.
How did individual USMNT players fare at this summer's Gold Cup? Here is a closer look at how all of the team's tournament contributors performed: