Player (Club) GP/G
4 Brad Guzan (Atlanta United) 60/0
Passed the ball to Jesse Lingard in the 8th minute and was lucky Callum Wilson missed the ensuing sitter. Could have been called for PK a minute later when he unnecessarily slid at Fabian Delph. Jumped feebly in a futile attempt to reach Lingard's 1-0 shot. Saved the easy shots. Muffed another clearance late in the game.
4 DeAndre Yedlin (Newcastle United/ENG) 57/0
The left back was overwhelmed in the first half as England sent Lingard, Jadon Sancho and Ben Chilwell his way. Tried to attack but no avail, like when he hit a horrible cross in the 84th minute.
Matt Miazga (Nantes/FRA) 11/1
Cleared balls when they came straight to him, but weak in one-on-one battles, such as against Wilson before the second goal. With a more emphatic effort, he could have blocked Lingard's shot.
3 John Brooks (Wolfsburg/GER) 36/3
He and his center back partner Miazga couldn't figure out how to cope with Wilson, whom Brooks was marking when Wilson scored the third goal. Brooks and Miazga got a lot of the ball as England overwhelmed the U.S. midfield, and while Brooks hit two decent cross-field passes to the wings, he also passed a ball straight out of bounds in the 39th minute. Brooks also had a chance to interfere in England's second goal.
4 Jorge Villafana (Portland Timbers) 20/0
Left back served the first U.S. cross in the sixth minute -- the best of his three in the first half, but all were fruitless.
3 Weston McKennie (Schalke/GER) 7/1
The central midfielder had Trapp and two central defenders behind him, yet failed to create going forward.
4 Wil Trapp (Columbus Crew) 10/0
A strong tackle in midfield helped create a Green shot. Focused mainly on helping out the central defense -- he stopped Sancho in the 50th minute after Brooks got beat -- while England mostly opted to go wide. His 58th-minute mid-range pass to Pulisic was a rare moment in which Trapp helped the attack.
5 Christian Pulisic (Borussia Dortmund/GER) 22/9
With the USA's defensive muscle in middle of the field, Pulisic had to toil defensively to help out Yeldin in the first half. He did fly through a crowd of English players down the middle in the 24th minute but keeper Jordan Pickford saved the best U.S. chance. He moved to the left side after halftime and sparked a 47th-minute attack on a 50-yard run after winning the ball near his own penalty area. The sequence ended with his shot blocked. He won two corner kicks for the USA, one after stealing the ball from Trent Alexander-Arnold. Served a decent cross to Wood. Only USA player to trouble the English -- they fouled him three times. But the night ended in frustration with a couple of poor touches -- one that forced him to cross instead of shoot.
3 Julian Green (Greuther Fuerth/GER) 15/4
Shot straight at Pickford with a 23-yard shot in the 37th minute. He lined up behind forward Wood but they didn't connect. He had the least defensive responsibility of all five U.S. midfielders but besides that shot didn't break through.
3 Tim Weah (Paris Saint-Germain/FRA) 8/1
The wide midfielder's first foray came in 48th minute down the wing but that ended with an aimless pass. He over-hit a cross in the 6oth minute.
3 Bobby Wood (Hannover 96/GER) 43/13
Granted, he did not get the ball much, but he headed Pulisic's cross high in the 66th minute and shot horribly in the 87th minute without pressure.
5 Tyler Adams (New York Red Bulls) 7/1
Replaced Green in the 62nd minute. Won a corner kick. Chased England players for the final phase of the game as they tried to get a goal for Wayne Rooney.
4 Kellyn Acosta (Colorado Rapids;
Came in for Trapp with 20 minutes left without an impact.
4 Sebastian Lletget (LA Galaxy) 3/1)
McKennie's 76th-minute replacement also entered in a part of the game when England kept control.
5 Kenny Saief (Anderlecht/BEL) 3/0)
The 76th-minute sub sent a nice pass to Pulisic after winning the ball in the 83rd minute.
NR Shaq Moore (Reus Deportiu/ESP; 3/0)
Replaced Villafana in the 88th minute
(Ratings: 1=low; 5=middle; 10=high.)
TRIVIA: The friendly marked the 11th USA-England meeting, and upped England's record to eight wins, two losses and one tie against the USA. The teams tied, 1-1, in their last meeting, at the 2010 World Cup. The U.S. wins came at the 1950 World Cup (1-0 on a Joe Gaetjens goal) and in a 1993 friendly (2-0 on goals by Thomas Dooley and Alexi Lalas).
Nov. 15 in London
England 3 USA 0. Goals: Lingard 25, Alexander-Arnold 27, Wilson 77.
England -- Pickford (McCarthy 46); Alexander-Arnold, Keane, Dunk, Chilwell (Dier, 58); Winks (Loftus-Cheek, 70); Delph; Sancho, Alli (Henderson, 58), Lingard (Rooney, 58th); Wilson (Ashford, 79).
USA -- Guzan; Yedlin, Miazga, Brooks, Villafana (Moore, 88); McKennie (Lletget, 76), Trapp (Acosta, 70); Pulisic, Green (Adams, 62), Weah (Saief, 76); Wood.
Referee: Jesús Gil Manzano (Spain)
Shots on target: 7/2
Corner Kicks: 3/3