It’s over, Mexico and Ecuador do not harm each other in this friendly match.
Estupiñán’s cross is blocked by the Mexican defense.
Cambio de Mexico. Luis Romo replaces Andres Guardado
Caicedo’s shot was saved by Araujo.
Action resumes for the final minutes of play.
Everything stops! The whistler stops the actions as the homophobic shout is heard and the first phase is activated.
Close! Gallardo’s bomb to the goal, but the ball goes just past the post.
Change of Ecuador. Ibarra comes off and Sarmiento takes his place.
Hincapie had a dangerous run, but the referee cut off the play for offside.
Close! Good ball to Jiménez, but the striker crosses his shot too far and it goes wide of the goal.
Tempers flare on the pitch after a strong tackle on Guardado.
Good intervention by Araujo, preventing Ecuador from passing.
The match restarts and the ball rolls for the second half.
The first half is over, the score remains scoreless at halftime.
Goalkeeper! Ibarra makes a powerful cross and Ochoa ends up saving the Ecuadorians’ first goal.
Antuna’s cross, but Arboleda heads the ball away.
Mexico substitution due to injury. Corona comes off and Antuna takes his place.
The match is back and forth, with both teams vying for possession of the ball.
A great intervention by Domínguez prevents Corona from scoring the first goal.
Guardado’s powerful shot, but the goalkeeper keeps the ball.
Ochoa’s cross is pushed away by Ochoa to keep out the danger.
The game kicks off at Soldier Field.
A. Dominguez; X. Arreaga, R. Arboleda, P. Hincapié, P. Estupiñán, J. Cifuentes, C. Gruezo, M. Caicedo, G. Plata, R. Ibarra, M. Estrada
Ochoa, Araujo, Moreno, Gallardo, Sánchez, Beltrán, Herrera, Guardado, ‘Tecatito’, Vega, Jiménez
To the court
Both teams are already on the field warming up prior to the start of the match.
The Mexican National Team is already at Soldier Field, the tricolor, with Martino at the helm, will be looking to beat Ecuador in this friendly match.
Ecuador is already at the Chicago venue, the tricolor will be looking to beat Mexico and add positively to their preparation for Qatar.
They make their presence felt
Julio Domínguez will not be present in this match, the sky-blue player contracted COVID and could not train with his team, so he is momentarily isolated.
The last time Mexico visited Soldier Field, the Tricolor defeated the United States in the 2019 Gold Cup final.
What a tip!
The last time Mexico and Ecuador met, two talented players who are currently playing for Cruz Azul, Erik Lira and Santiago Giménez, made their debuts.
Watch out for this!
Ecuador is still waiting for the resolution of its problem. The team is under investigation for improper alignment because Byron Castillo has a different nationality and played with the team, which could affect their qualification.
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Last line-up Ecuador
A. Dominguez; A. Preciado, F. Torres, P. Hincapié, P. Estupiñán; J. Cifuentes, J. Méndez, M. Caicedo; A. Mena, L. Campana, E. Valencia.
Mexico’s final lineup
Alfredo Talavera; Néstor Araujo, César Montes, Jesús Angulo; Jorge Sánchez, Erick Gutiérrez, Edson Álvarez, Gerardo Arteaga; Jesús Corona, Raúl Jiménez, Alexis Vega.
How does Ecuador happen?
ecuador arrives to this match after defeating Nigeria by the minimum score, besides being in the same way in preparation for the World Cup, so they will try to play with their best players.
How does Mexico happen?
The match will be played at Soldier Field Stadium.
The Mexico vs Ecuador match will be played at Soldier Field Stadium located in Illinois, United States. The stadium has a capacity for 61,500 people.
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