If you hadn’t caught up on Tuesday night’s events, the U.S. was roundly embarrassed by Brazil in a 4-1 rout. It wasn’t entirely a surprise, but Jurgen Klinsmann’s decision to continue to troll Ale Bedoya by playing him as a defensive midfielder was a destructively bad one. So it goes in Camp Klinsicakes.
One passage you might’ve seen (other than little Willian obliterating Bedoya) was a goal from Rafinha in the 64th minute. You probably didn’t even notice Neymar, who scored twice on the night, dummying a pass to open up the entire left channel for exploitation. But holy buhjeeze you should notice it now.