Jurgen Klinsmann's side cruised past the South American minnows 4-0 in their final tune-up game before the Copa America Centenario.
Michael Orozco 6/10 – Largely anonymous going forward but was solid defensively and alert in possession aside from one poor turnover.
John Brooks 7/10 – Doubled the USA’s lead eight minutes before the break with a cool finish off a set-piece move and snuffed out several Bolivia attacks. Klinsmann can feel confident pencilling him in as a starter for the Copa.
Matt Besler 5.5/10 – Played out of position at left-back, the Sporting Kansas City captain failed to settle into the role during the first half and was withdrawn at the break.
Michael Bradley 7.5/10 – The skipper looked at home in a deeper role, picking out some excellent passes and forcing Bolivia into some decisive turnovers.
Alejandro Bedoya 7.5/10 – Set up both of the USA’s first-half goals, pulling off a sublime flick for the opener, and impressed throughout with his work rate.
Jermaine Jones 7/10 – Quite in the first half but came to life after the interval, proving a huge asset on both sides of the ball and helping create the final goal.
Gyasi Zardes 8/10 – Opened the scoring in 26th-minute with a simple strike before grabbing his second seven minutes into the second half thanks to some nice work from Wood.
Clint Dempsey 6.5/10 – Didn’t threaten the opposition goal much but did a lot work dropping deep and won several free-kicks with his admirable persistence.
Bobby Wood 8/10 – Showed some nice skills to tee up Zardes’ second goal and proved a constant menace for the Bolivia defence with his tireless running.
DeAndre Yedlin (Orozco 46) 6/10 – Had some nice moments going forward but his crossing left a lot to be desired.
Fabian Johnson (Besler 46) 6/10 – A very similar story to Yedlin’s display.
Christian Pulisic (Wood 63) 7/10 – The 17-year-old became the youngest scorer in US history, netting the third goal six minutes after coming on to cap an impressive cameo. Big things are in store.
Darlington Nagbe (Bedoya 63) 7/10 – Had the assist for Pulisic’s goal and was just as impressive as the teenager over the final 27 minutes. If he doesn’t start at the Copa America, the Portland Timbers midfield will be a fantastic weapon off the bench.
Graham Zusi (Bradley 73) 6/10 – Had a couple of bright moments in the closing stages.
Chris Wondolowski (Dempsey 73) 6/10 – Missed one good chance from close-range late on.