Man, funny how ahead of us Brazil were technically (and tactically), but how behind they were physically. Our guys will probably never match some of theirs technically, and they'll certainly match the Americans some day physically. The Brazilian with the dirty cut/nutmeg that almost came off at 4-0 was 17! Kudos to the team for fighting until the 94th minute. Cool to see Sonogo. The TUDN guys were extremely explicit that he was born and raised in Germany, the German capital, trained at Union Berlin, the classic of the Bundisliga, the liga in Germany, etc. He had a few good moments. Leyva did look a bit outmatched physically but showed well once the game was already decided. McGlynn for me was worked, badly, and it made me realize there's a certain archetype that is often trotted out in the US program: big, rangy, slow CDM type guy who can pass long. Watching against a far, far more skilled and cagey Brazil side was eye opening. Hope the kid can improve, he looked spent at the end but his corners were still decent. Not sure if he can overcome some big deficiencies at this level though. All in all, fun to see this kind of game, was played at a really high level. Guys on both sides were completely spent -- Brazil might have to call up some replacements for some of their guys who went off.