USA-Costa Rica Gold Cup Player Ratings

USA-COSTA RICA EXPRESS:
July 22 in Arlington, Texas
USA 2 Costa Rica 0. Goals: Altidore (Dempsey) 72, Dempsey 82.
Att.:  45,516.

The USA played well but not lethally until Clint Dempsey entered the game. The 34-year-old assisted Jozy Altidore and scored with a free kick in a 2-0 win over Costa Rica that sends the USA into Gold Cup final.

USA Player Ratings:
Starters
Player (Club) Caps/Goals
6 Tim Howard (Colorado Rapids) 117/0
The 38-year-old came up big on Costa Rica's two chances: stopping Marcos Urena’s breakaways with a foot save in the first half and with a diving save in the second.

5 Graham Zusi (Sporting Kansas City) 52/5)
Right back was part of back line that was rarely tested by defensive-minded Ticos, while making minimal attacking contributions.

4 Omar Gonzalez (Pachuca/MEX) 44/3
Lost track of Urena twice, when Howard came to rescue. Created a good U.S. chance when he dribbled into Tico territory and hit precise through ball to Morris.

5 Matt Besler (Sporting Kansas City) 43/1
Pounced on a dangerous pass into the penalty area in the 54th minute in rare Tico foray.

6 Jorge Villafaña (Santos Laguna/MEX) 10/0
Left back, always comfortable on the ball, defended well and attacked, especially late in the first half and midway through the second half, including an impressive cross-field pass.

6 Darlington Nagbe (Portland Timbers) 19/1
Key reason why the USA had most of the possession. Delivered the ball to Dempsey on the first goal buildup. Set up a 65th-minute shot for Altidore after intercepting the ball in midfield.

6 Kellyn Acosta (FC Dallas) 13/1
Part of a fairly dominant U.S. midfield. Missed a 15th-minute chance while off balance. Forced a 70th-minute save from keeper Patrick Pemberton. Drew the foul that lead to Dempsey’s free-kick goal.

6 Michael Bradley (Toronto FC) 135/17
Short of doing any spectacular but served as competent link between backline and attack, like when he got things started on the first U.S. goal.

5 Paul Arriola (Tijuana/MEX) 10/2
Beat defenders on the right wing a few times but failed to created scoring chances. Helped Zusi defend right flank.

7 Jozy Altidore (Toronto FC) 106/38
Did nice prep work that created a close-range chance for Acosta. Forced save with long-range 65th shot. Made the most of his only other shot of the game, giving the USA a 1-0 lead.

4 Jordan Morris (Seattle Sounders), 19/4.
Hit the post in the 1st minute, quiet for the remainder of the first half, helped set up Acosta’s 70th-minute shot with pass to Dempsey.

Substitutes
8 Clint Dempsey (Seattle Sounders) 136/57
Star of the game came off the bench in the 66th minute and assisted on Altidore goal seven minutes later after evading three defenders. Scored with a brilliant free kick, catching Pemberton off guard by curling it low inside the near post from 24 yards.

nr Gyasi Zardes (LA Galaxy) 36/6
Replaced for Altidore for the final seven minutes.

nr Dax McCarty (Chicago Fire) 11/0
Replaced Acosta for the final five minutes.

(Ratings: 1=low; 5=middle; 10=high.)

TRIVIA: Clint Dempsey’s goal was his 57th, tying him with Landon Donovan as all-time USA leading scorer.

July 22 in Arlington, Texas
USA 2 Costa Rica 0. Goals: Altidore (Dempsey) 72, Dempsey 82.
USA — Howard; Zusi, O.González, Besler, Villafaña; Arriola (Dempsey, 66), K.Acosta (McCarty, 85), Bradley, Nagbe; Morris, Altidore (Zardes, 83).
Costa Rica — Pemberton; Salvatierra (Azofeifa, 78), G.Gonzalez, J.Acosta, Waston, Calvo; Ruiz, Guzman (Leiton, 80), Tejeda (Gutierrez, 74), Ramírez; Urena.
Referee: Joel Aguilar (El Salvador)
Yellow cards: USA – O.Gonzalez 61, Altidore 72; Costa Rica -- G.Gonzalez 67.
Att.: 45,516

STATS: USA/Costa Rica
Shots: 10/7
Shots on target: 4/2
Possession: 57%/43%
Saves: 2/2
Corner Kicks: 2/4
Fouls: 20/15
Offside: 1/2

45 comments about "USA-Costa Rica Gold Cup Player Ratings ".
  1. Ric Fonseca, July 23, 2017 at 2:45 a.m.

    Hey MIke, a little generous on your ratings, however, I am very puzzled as to why the only guys with a 4 are Omar G and J. Morris! Altidore (who was given- yes given- a 7!!!) was out to lunch for a bit as was Zusi, though I agree with you that the ref (ES) was also out to lunch with Zusi. As for Coach Brewcie, his constant complaining to 4th official was too muchand became a tv "focal" point, even though I felt that the ref seemed to be out there with something to prove - I do remember a comment (Spanish language b'cast" that he did a previous US/CR game? And lastly, since I didn't turn on the English FS b'cast, I don't know if Joe Machnik said something (I doubt it since it is sort of "verboten" to speak ill of your ref colleagues!) about his performance? So, good luck in the final US MNT!!!

  2. Brian Kraft replied, July 23, 2017 at 9:03 a.m.

    Your swipe at Bruce Arena is empty. Why do you make it?

  3. stewart hayes replied, July 23, 2017 at 11:31 a.m.

    The ref was a joke.

  4. Bob Ashpole replied, July 23, 2017 at 6:20 p.m.

    Ric, I think Arena was probably upset because the constant whistles were slowing the game down to the point that the fresh legs of the US side was not the advantage that it would have been with a more free flowing game. After the vicious quarterfinal matches, the referee was clearly determined to control the match tight from the first whistle. I can understand Arena's frustration, but I thought the referee's approach was correct. More importantly, I suspect the referee in practice had little choice in the matter.

  5. Rich Blast, July 23, 2017 at 3:53 a.m.

    Nagbe played well, but should have been prepared on that cross. Not often will you see a nice cross go between a players legs. He was flat footed and assumed Jozy would connect. He should have been on his toes prepared. It was embarrassing. Any decent touch and it is a goal.

    Howard brings so much more confidence in watching the game than Guzan. He might be 38 but still really good.

    Bradley is generally a good passer, but plays very little if no defense. He is very slow side to side.

  6. Mark Lange, July 23, 2017 at 4:31 a.m.

    Howard a 6? He was much better than that - and Altidore a 7? He was lumbering for the most part, but at least didn't whine as much as the previous match.

  7. Bob Ashpole, July 23, 2017 at 6:02 a.m.

    What a pleasure to watch a well-coached team. Ball movement in particular was better tonight. My impression was that Besler, Gonzalez and Bradley played well together. I don't remember when we had this much depth before in the back. Dempsey and Howard are still special. Cannot wait to watch a side with Nagbe and Johnson starting. Altidore with his deliberate yellow card is still a mixed frustration. In the big picture this Gold Cup is a successful team building experience. "Team" in the sense of the pool rather than any 11 players in the pool. This is a really good place to be.

  8. David Mont, July 23, 2017 at 7:21 a.m.

    Morris and Gonzales deserve better than a 4, and I am not at all sure that Altidore deserves a 7.

  9. Thomas Cobra, July 23, 2017 at 8:37 a.m.

    Scoring should not provide anyone extra points. (7) for Altidore total nonsense.
    The man has been on the national scene forever. He still has absolutely no Moves to get buy anyone. He is huge for a soccer player and still doesn’t play nearly as hard as Morris. Who is hungry, tough, much faster and more accurate shooter. Dempsey may be our best 40 minute player -keep it that way especially in the 2nd half when teams are less aggressive. Gonzalez is just awful defender and will never NEVER make the final four back going forward. Villafana this is likely his best game ever. Reason is simple he had great support from Bradley and Acosta and Nagbe who played brilliantly..... What is the highest ranking (10) why sevens for so few? Bradley was excellent in recovering so many poor passed from his opponent and almost totally flawless in his distribution. He played Brilliantly.
    Howard was perfect but only a 6 what is with that.... Mexico Next!

  10. stewart hayes replied, July 23, 2017 at 9:17 a.m.

    I have to agree Cobra. What were the quality contributions of Altidore besides the goal? Taking the jersey off and getting a yellow is childish. Bradley was reliable keeping the ball providing a calming influence when with our other MF's they always seem to be on the verge of giving it away without being fouled. But a 6 for Howard is an insult. He came up big when we needed him, what else is he supposed to do?

  11. Gary Levitt, July 23, 2017 at 9:26 a.m.

    Ric: the bantering from Arena is common place. If you want to blame someone, blame FOX for their in his face camera and audio. The Ref? As compared to the poor game management I see constantly in the MLS I thought he did very well with Costa Rica and the U.S. He made sure, right from the beginning, the players understood that he was in charge of the match...

  12. Ric Fonseca replied, July 23, 2017 at 4:39 p.m.

    Gary, you are spot on and the Fox tv crew were more than likely told/instructed to get some close ups on Bruce (not that many on the CR coach, huh?) as for the quality of officiating, left a heck of a lot to be desired in first half, shoot, even my wife a "Super soccer Mom" at heart even questioned the calls and thus the close ups of Arena, and the fox as well as the Span language commentators to point out Arena's being so animated (my term) As for the ref, I did hear the US commentators say that he - the ref from El Salvador and the 4th official to whom Arena was ranting, was from Mexico - had worked a previous US/CR game and thus had something to prove? Heck who knows. Jazzy's 7 is more worthy of a 4+/5-, and for sure Howard kept us in the win!!!

  13. Daniel Clifton, July 23, 2017 at 9:28 a.m.

    I agree with Bob it was a pleasure to watch a well-coached team. Right from the beginning the ball movement was excellent. I thought this was one of Bradley's best games in awhile in terms of holding the ball under pressure and finding outlets. I think Gonzalez deserved a five overall despite the mistakes. He and Besler work well together. Nagbe to me was the best player on the field for the night. A 7 for him is appropriate. His ability to slalom through a defense creates all kinds of problems for the other team. Altidore did not deserve a 7, a 5 would be about right. He keeps getting involved in wrestling matches. You would think by now he would have some moves to avoid such confrontation. Nagbe and Villafana on that left side consistently created scoring opportunities. This was a fun game to watch from start to finish.

  14. Kent James replied, July 23, 2017 at 10:54 a.m.

    Although I was not initially a Jozy fan (I thought he was lazy) I think he has improved markedly. He will never be world class, and he does not have the kind of speed at least somebody up top needs, he is good in tight spaces, his dribbling skills are now quite good, he's goo in the air, he can hold the ball well, his passing is now quite good, and his shooting is also good. I thought he was a bit better off the ball in other games (when he didn't score), but since he did score, he deserves a high rating (he also cracked an excellent shot from outside the 18). But you are right about the wrestling matches; twice he would have gotten fouls called for him, as his defender wrestled him to the ground, but both times he had a handful off his opponent's jersey, so the ref called it against him (and it's hared to disagree; a stupid play on Jozy's part).

  15. Jay Wall, July 23, 2017 at 10 a.m.

    Altidore is a typical product of "pay for play coaching" in the United States as too many youth coaches make heroes our of early physical developers who help their teams win. Unfortunally the majority of early developers hailed as "gifts to soccer" as young players fail to reach their full potential because they lose the incentive to learn the "moments of the game" and to fully develop the skills necessary to master the game. > In a Serbian study of players from age 12 to 22, the players who were late developers who stuck with the game and learned the finer points of the game had a far greater statistical record of signing with the top 5 pro leagues in Europe by age 22 than early developers. Similiar studies of players in other sports has found the same results for players who attain physical maturity late. Of course the United States confirmation of this study is Michael Jordan not making his H.S. Varsity team until his Junior year. > Altidore's play is the result of the "pay to play" system that makes heroes out of early developers who help their coaches win games, but which does not require players to learn the moments of the game, to develop game maturity and to work on fundamentals to become the elite professional athletes they are capable of becoming.

  16. Philip Carragher replied, July 23, 2017 at 12:46 p.m.

    So many comments about Jozy and rightly so. He is puzzling. He looked promising years ago as a 16 year old pro and youngster on the national team, transferred to Villareal for $10MM at 19 yrs of age, had what appeared to be an excellent season (2012-13; 22, 23 years old) in the Netherlands, transferred to the EPL, and was never able to re-create his Dutch success. Am I wrong about this? Is the EPL so drastically better than the Eredivisie? If not, what happened to Jozy? Anybody know? Good guesses?

    I feel for Jozy and understand why he took that yellow card. Not the smartest decision, but certainly related to the level of emotion necessary to be a strong finisher. Why can’t the US turn out more top-shelf finishers? We certainly don’t, and the recent finishers of note like Donovan, Dempsey, and now Pulisic are so few and far between the past scorers like Wynalda and McBride that it has me wondering, where do all the great young natural finishers disappear to that I see occasionally on pitches around the Midwest?

    In several instances, I’ve seen natural finishers get their finishing mojo drummed out of them, either by poor coaching, politics, or humiliation. These special players have a physiological makeup that needs to be recognized and tended to with care. It’s interesting that in the Chicago area there are few coaches who in their playing days were strong attackers.

    When Jozy transferred to Sutherland, his Dutch statistics spoke of great promise. I’d like to know what changed.

  17. Bob Ashpole replied, July 23, 2017 at 6:41 p.m.

    I see Jozy like Kent and Jay do. To his credit and my surprise, Jozy has improved over the last 3 years. He is still best when running straight ahead onto a ball in front of him as he did tonight. It is good that he is strong because he hasn't the agility to run around markers. He needs to learn that holding onto his marker only slows him down and makes it less likely to break free or draw the foul. Referees are much more likely to whistle when the holding is all one way.

  18. beautiful game, July 23, 2017 at 10:22 a.m.

    Great comment Jay W. IMHO, the ratings are too generous. Make two good plays and it's a guaranteed 6 rating; consistency is secondary, n'est ce pas?

  19. Kent James, July 23, 2017 at 11 a.m.

    Generally, everyone played pretty well. Nagbe was the most impressive, carrying the ball forward with ease. Villafana had his best game, and now I understand why he got the start. Ariolla is inconsistent, but is aggressive, fast and willing to go for goal (though he seems all over the place defensively). Howard does nothing all game, except make two great saves look easy that allow us to win the game. He's clearly our best keeper. Dempsey has found his role; come off the bench for 30 minutes, make stuff happen.

  20. Kent James, July 23, 2017 at 11:21 a.m.

    Arena did a nice job coaching; the only downside was I thought in the 4:4:2 with Acosta and MB in the middle, there was no one playing the number 10 role (not sure if it should have been Morris or Acosta), and there was void in that area. Acosta does not seem to have the playmaking skills to play that role; when Dempsey came in, he filled that void nicely. I think I would have put Zardes as an outside mid and brought Nagbe into the center (replacing Acosta).

    I also thought the referee did a nice job; while he missed some calls, he made a concerted effort to keep it tight early (as well as ignoring dives) so that while the game was always contested, it never got nasty.

  21. Bob Ashpole replied, July 23, 2017 at 6:54 p.m.

    Nagbe was coming inside, but found most open space out wider. A "second" striker means Nagbe has to leave room inside. On the right, Ariolla is still a developing player. His best years likely are still 3-4 years in the future, and Johnson is ahead of him. Things are good.

  22. Joe Linzner, July 23, 2017 at 12:25 p.m.

    I agree the 7 for Altidore is sickening. He finally slots a gimme past the keeper and he is a savior and America's best attacker. Never mind the 85 minutes he is a lead foot with any technical ability and a truculence worthy of a 6-year-old. Use Wood and Dempsey and give Altidore a rest! If he is big he has the be our best. Isolate on his performance for the 90 minutes and tell me if he hindered or helped. Sad.

  23. Gus Keri, July 23, 2017 at 1:09 p.m.

    I thought Nagbe was the best on the day. But apparently, there is added 2 points for scoring and 1 point for assisting. Hence the discrepancy.

  24. Joe Linzner, July 23, 2017 at 2:36 p.m.

    Overall I too felt that Nagbe was the best player on the field. Technically both on and off the ball with control of the ball and game whereas both Altidore and Dempsey had a moment of individual engagement and are thus rated stratospherically! Ridiculous ratings. Based on personal prejudice! Obviously by a person never involved in the high-level game. Dempsey gets involved and creates whereas Altidore rumbles and bumbles for 85 minutes and two touches make him brilliant. How does that work?

  25. Bob Ashpole replied, July 23, 2017 at 7 p.m.

    I disagree that rating Dempsey an 8 is ridiculous. Nagbe also had a great game. So did Bradley and Howard. Why does praising Nagbe require negative comments about Dempsey?

  26. Andrew Kear replied, July 24, 2017 at 1:06 a.m.

    Altidore saves his energy and waits for the right time to strike. He is like a power hitter in baseball that does not do a lot during the game, but eventually hits the game winning home run.

  27. Charles Stamos, July 23, 2017 at 2:37 p.m.

    Generally, I agree with the ratings. If you compare them to all world class soccer players, then some are too generous; but giving everyone a 4-6 score means little so how about a second rating of 1-11 for each team. Howard gets the 11, Dempsey 10, etc. down to someone getting a 1 - maybe Omar or Morris - how valuable is each player to the team?

  28. Bob Ashpole replied, July 23, 2017 at 7:05 p.m.

    Charles the rating system means that most players should get a 4-5 rating most of the time. Some people use 4 as an average performance. Some use a 5, and I think Mike is one of them.

  29. Joe Linzner, July 23, 2017 at 2:51 p.m.

    That is the point of ratings, what did the do in the game. Individually as well as with the team context. One touch does not a 7 make. Show me individual skill from Altidore and what did he contribute for the 85 minutes of absolute abhorrent touch, flopping and missed passes. Dempsey made an immediate impact and his decisive run put Altidore in a position of a gimme. A ridiculous rating! I also do not believe an * is warranted for Dempsey as his contribution lacked 66 minutes of toil compared to the rest of the team.

  30. Ric Fonseca replied, July 23, 2017 at 4:47 p.m.

    Thanks Joe, however, Deuce's coming into the game when he did was I am sure planned by Arena, since the Ticos did show us just how tired they got as the game progressed. I can say a positive for Jazzy, he speaks pretty good Spanish as he was interviewed by the Sp language crew! And oh yeah, let us not forget that Deuce was out for quite some time while the doctors worked on his heart condition so now let's see if Mexico can get by the Reggae Boys at the Rose Bowl in a couple of hours. Betcha the US NT is also going to the game!!!

  31. charles davenport, July 23, 2017 at 6:57 p.m.

    Altidore fans have answered critics here. I would add that the Dutch system he played under was perfectly suited for him and 30+ goals resulted. (Roy Lassiter, tied for MLS single season scoring with 27 goals, had Carlos Valderama feeding him with perfect passes)

  32. Bob Ashpole replied, July 23, 2017 at 7:08 p.m.

    It is an exceptional attacker that can score goals consistently without good service.

  33. Goal Goal, July 23, 2017 at 8:04 p.m.

    Howard a 6 and Altidore a 7. Really? Someone made the comment that Jozy is best running on a ball that is straight ahead. That's what my grandma does best. The only thing consistent about Altidore is his inconsistency.

    The US did a great job of pressuring CR and closing down the passing lanes and won the possession stats but I would like to know how many shots we had on goal vs all the possession we had.

  34. Ginger Peeler, July 23, 2017 at 8:12 p.m.

    Ric, I don't see where anyone answered you on this, so...the center ref had previously centered the "snowbowl" (Costa Rica vs USA in Colorado) many years ago. I understand Costa Rica is still complaining about the game not being stopped; yet, as I recall, while watching the game years ago, both teams were asked and both teams chose to continue the game. I believe that was determined at halftime. Also, guys, enough with the Jozy bashing. I have not been a fan of his for many years. Just check some of my comments from a couple years ago if SA archives them. Still, despite my complaints and others, Jurgen kept him and kept starting him, and darned if, as often as not, Jozy would strike for a very timely goal just when we could use one. As he did last night off of a super pass from Dempsey. And it was a lovely goal.

  35. Bob Ashpole replied, July 23, 2017 at 8:45 p.m.

    My recall of the blizzard game is similar. Both federations agreed to continue the match. The problem is the scheduling today is a lot tighter than in the days of steamship travel. So in practice games go forward under marginal conditions and we see penalty kicks instead of replaying the match.

  36. Andrew Kear replied, July 24, 2017 at 12:42 a.m.

    Don't people realize Altidore is probably going to end up as the top scorer in USMNT history. Remember, he has at least 6 more years. He scores goals like Babe Ruth hit homers. Nobody said Ruth was a elegant or agile athlete either. Altidore plays soccer like a big America muscle car where strength and forward speed or more important than agility. Actually, I have seen Altidore occasionally makes some nifty moves.

  37. Kent James replied, July 25, 2017 at 9:05 a.m.

    Ginger, I agree on both points. While the ref was not perfect, this game was a quantum leap better than the previous games, where a lot of chippy, dirty play was unpunished, and the games got ugly. In spite of the importance of this game, and both sides determination to win it, the tone of the game was positive.

    And Jozy, while not as quick and deceptive as we'd like, and while his touch is not perfect, has become a very good player. His passing has greatly improved, and in this game, in addition to the goal, he cracked a very hard shot on goal (that the keeper couldn't hold) when he had little space, and he also set up Acosta (though not perfectly) for a shot when the keeper was at the near post (yes, in retrospect he could have blasted it at the keeper, but it was a sharp angle so the keeper's body was covering much of the goal, and if that Acosta can keep that shot down, it's a goal). I like Wood and Morris, and Agudelo deserves more time to prove himself, but Jozy has earned his spot, and until those guys perform more consistently than he does (or if we want more speed up top), Jozy is deservedly on the field.

  38. John Soares, July 23, 2017 at 8:45 p.m.

    Much prefer this ref VS the previous. Kept it tight, clean and even/consistent calling. Jozy is no Renaldo...Who is? he is still one of our best...actually #2 active. As for Arena...display not a problem. As in most games there is SELDOM a reason to have the coach on camera during the game. It's a soccer game TV wants to make it a drama.

  39. Ginger Peeler, July 23, 2017 at 9:01 p.m.

    Jozy is our "enforcer". He posts up close to our opponent's goal and usually takes up the attention of 2 or 3 defenders. Every once in awhile, it'll lead to a penalty kick because he is under almost constant attack. The good thing is that he's so big that he usually handles the physicality of the game well. The El Salvador game was a refereeing travesty. All of our players were almost constantly mugged. Jozy and Omar Gonzalez both received special biting attention. Apparently Jozy was also grabbed in 2 different areas of his body, but only the area above the waist was captured on film. When the ref did nothing to protect him, Jozy kind of shut down. Can you blame him? Really? At least the Gold Cup officials have disciplined the 2 El Salvador players responsible by suspending Darwin Cerna (Omar's attacker) for the next 3 of El Salvador's official matches and Henry Romero (Jozy's attacker) for the next 6 matches. Anyway, Jozy's playing the position as Jurgen and now Arena want him to. We may not care for him, but he provides something on the field that others can't. Just as Wood gives us something that Jozy can't. I think that, as long as Dempsey and other players are able to feed the ball to Jozy, Arena will continue to put him up front.

  40. Fire Paul Gardner Now, July 23, 2017 at 11:23 p.m.

    The hate for Jozy is truly baffling. Especially in the absence of anyone better other than perhaps Bobby Wood who is not on this roster. You'd think Bruce had Messi, Ronaldo and Neymar on the bench but was playing Jozy instead based on some of these comments.

  41. Bob Ashpole replied, July 24, 2017 at 1:12 a.m.

    I have said it before, running at goal, Jozy is a centerback's nightmare. On free kicks he draws a lot of attention away from other players. That is no small contribution.

  42. Kent James replied, July 25, 2017 at 9:07 a.m.

    I agree, Jozy does not deserve the vitriol he gets.

  43. Nick Cowell, July 24, 2017 at 2:37 p.m.

    My observations of USMNT (1st game that I have attended in person for a while)...
    Altidore is lazy off the ball, he is always moaning & doesn't give 100% in defensive transition after he loses it (which is 75% of the time), but it is not Arena's fault or even his fault if that is as good as he can be...I think the frustration comes from our not having anything better...I was hoping that the competition from Wood, Morris, Dwyer, Rowe et al. would make things better...
    Nagbe is the most talented player we have...he can do most things Bradley can do in terms of passing, but also can go by players, is faster & more athletic.
    Acosta did a lot of running in & around where Bradley was...this allowed Bradley more time on the ball & this showed in what was a good metronomic display by Bradley.

  44. Craig Cummings, July 24, 2017 at 9:29 p.m.

    Where is the leading American scorer in MLS, also this Ref was at the last World Cup, but only did 4th man duties as did American Kevin Stoot in another world cup. Kevin Refd the ManU Real Madrid game Sunday. Say him talking to the special one at water break.

  45. Zabivaka Sobaka, July 24, 2017 at 10:58 p.m.

    It was a decent showing, it seems like Arena manages mediocre pool of players very well

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