A Carlos Bacca goal saw Jurgen Klinsmann's side fall to a 1-0 defeat in the Copa America Centenario third-place match in Glendale, Arizona.
Matt Besler 6/10 – Had a few shaky moments here and there but generally applied himself well. Perhaps could’ve been in a better position on Colombia’s goal, though.
Michael Orozco 4/10 – Caught out of position far too often before being sent off in the closing stages for slapping Colombia’s Santiago Arias in the face. A bad night for the versatile defender and one which could spell bad news for his USA future.
Gyasi Zardes 7/10 – Helped fashion several chances and did some good defensive work, too. That said, he needed to be more ruthless in the final third.
Jermaine Jones 7/10 – Always eager to bring the ball forward and nearly forced an own goal with a dangerous cross. Didn’t shirk his defensive duties either.
Michael Bradley 5.5/10 – Largely subdued and sluggish after seemingly picking up an injury during the first half. Hasn’t been a good tournament for the skipper.
Alejandro Bedoya 7/10 – Typically industrious, helping link up play effectively in midfield. Also asked to do a lot of defensive work because of Orozco’s struggles.
Clint Dempsey 7.5/10 – Forced a fine save out of David Ospina in the second half with an excellent free-kick before heading the ensuing corner just over the bar. A real bright spot despite failing to get on the scoresheet.
Bobby Wood 7/10 – Rattled the woodwork in the second half and helped open up Colombia’s defence with his direct running and movement.
Christian Pulisic (Bedoya 74) 6/10 – The 17-year-old got involved in some nice plays around the opposition area during the last 15 minutes.
Darlington Nagbe (Bradley 79) 6/10 – Showed enough to suggest he could have made a difference to the scoreline had he been brought on sooner.