How did the Socceroos rate in Cuiaba against Chile? Here are our individual player ratings for the clash at the Arena Pantanal.
Socceroo man of the match: Tim Cahill
Mat Ryan 7
Could do little about the three goals but otherwise solid
Ivan Franjic 7
Set up the Aussie goal and had a real battle with Mena all night before going off with injury.
Matt Spiranovic 8
A rock at the back after the disastrous start.
Alex Wilkinson 8
Like Spiranovic, solid and effective against quality opposition.
Jason Davidson 9
His attacking work was outstanding, crossing brilliantly for Cahill on many occasions and kept it tight against the tricky Chileans.
Mark Milligan 7
Matched the Chileans in the centre of the park.
Mile Jedinak (c) 7
Broke up the play and lead the team strongly
Mark Bresciano 8
Brilliant. Lasted almost a full game and had chances to score and created. Composure on the ball was important as a linkman.
Matt Leckie 9
Pace to burn and a constant threat down the wing. What a debut World Cup appearance.
Tommy Oar 7
Subbed off in the second half after a pacy display.
Tim Cahill 9
Scored the goal, could’ve had a penalty and was a constant danger. Worked his socks off too. Superb.
Ryan McGowan 7
Came on for Franjic at the start of the second half and was part of the fightback
A late sub for Oar
A late sub for Bresciano
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