Picking up where he left off after placing first in Group A, Atlanta United's Paulo Neto cruised through the Round of 16, dubbing his opponent LJR_Peixoto from French club FC Lorient 7-2. However, his glory run ultimately came to an end in the quarterfinals, falling 3-5.
Neto's performance deems him top-8 in the world! He finishes the tournament with a 9W-5L-2D record and a +21 goal differential.
Minnesota United FC's Lamps was unable to make any noise in the knockout rounds. He bowed out in the Round of 16 after a tightly contested battle against Nicolas99FC from Guild ESports that ended outside his favor with a final score of 3-2.
Lamps' final tournament stats conclude with a 6W-6L-3D record and a +4 goal differential. He finished third in Group A.
Both eMLS stars will not be leaving Copenhagen, Denmark empty-handed. PauloNeto999 will be rewarded $10,000 for his performance at the FIFAe World Cup, while Lamps will receive $5,000 for advancing beyond the group stages.