1. Miazga MOTM
Matt Miazga had a terrific showing on the backline. He may have gotten beat by Firmino for the first goal, but that was another example of a learning experience that he will pick up on in France this season.
He hustled and closed down Neymar quite well throughout the match, which is no easy task, and he marshaled the defense well, showing good organisational qualities and athleticism when things broke down.
Overall, Miazga is entering a critical point in his career and he is headed in the right direction to lead the USMNT defensively.
Up next, the USMNT will face Mexico on Tuesday in what always promises to be an exciting match when these two sides meet.