On a fog-drenched night that looked like it belonged more in a Sherlock Holmes novel than a soccer stadium, the United States won 3-2 over Slovenia in dramatic fashion.
It was the Americans' first win in Europe in three years, and there was a lot for fans back in the States to be encouraged with.
If the first half is any indication of where head coach Jurgen Klinsmann is taking this team, the US should be a force to be reckoned with in World Cup qualifying. There was an incredible amount of offense from what has been a lackluster team so far.
The second half, however, was filled with mistakes and sloppy play from inexperienced players like Brek Shea and Timothy Chandler. The United States needed to manage the game better in the final 25 minutes and shut down the Slovenians, but they did not.
So how did each player do in Slovenia on Tuesday night? Check out the ratings and let me know if you agree.