Ecuador beat Honduras 2-1 prior to the 2024 Copa América | VIDEO | SPORTS-TOTAL

Ecuador beat Honduras 2-1 prior to the 2024 Copa América | VIDEO | SPORTS-TOTAL
Ecuador beat Honduras 2-1 prior to the 2024 Copa América | VIDEO | SPORTS-TOTAL

The Ecuadorian team closed its preparation for the Copa América in the United States this Sunday with a 2-1 victory over Honduras with a goal in the 89th minute by defender Piero Hincapié.

Jeremy Sarmiento put La Tri ahead in the 8th minute, but attacker Bryan Róchez equalized with a penalty for Honduras in the 29th minute.

Ecuador thus lowered the curtain on its preparation for the Copa América, which began on June 9 with a 1-0 defeat against Argentina and continued with a 3-1 victory over Bolivia.

His debut in Group B will be on June 22 with Venezuela.

The friendly duel between Ecuador vs. Honduras will be played this Sunday, June 16, 2024 at Rentschler Field Stadium.

The match between Ecuador vs. Honduras is scheduled to be played starting at 2:30 p.m. (Peruvian time). We leave you the schedules of other countries so you don’t miss this important match.

  • Mexico: 1:30 p.m.
  • Ecuador: 2:30 p.m.
  • Colombia: 2:30 p.m.
  • Bolivia: 3:30 p.m.
  • Venezuela: 3:30 p.m.
  • Chile: 3:30 p.m.
  • Argentina: 4:30 p.m.
  • Paraguay: 3:30 p.m.
  • Uruguay: 4:30 p.m.
  • Brazil: 4:30 p.m.
  • Spain: 8:30 p.m.

The match between Ecuador vs. Honduras friendly match will be broadcast by El Canal del Fútbol (ECDF) for all of Ecuador. While in Honduras you can see it televised on Deportes TVC, Televicentro and Channel 5. Also, you can follow the minute by minute on the DT El Comercio website.

So you can watch the online televised broadcast of the match between Ecuador vs. Honduras today online you will have to create an account with ECDF or Movistar Play in Peru. With your subscription you will be able to see more events of the beautiful sport, among other things.

The confrontations between Ecuador vs. Honduras goes back many years, both teams have met 16 times officially, with 6 victories for the Ecuadorians and 2 for the Hondurans. The ties between both federations were also 8.

The friendly match between Ecuador vs. Honduras will be at Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field, a venue in East Hartford, Connecticut, used primarily for American football, lacrosse, soccer and rugby. It is the home field of the University of Connecticut Huskies.

  • Ecuador: Galindez; Preciado, Torres, Pacho, Hincapié; Moisés Caicedo, Ortiz; Franco, Páez, Minda and Sarmiento. DT: Felix Sanchez.
  • Honduras: Menjivar; Nájar, Melendez, Vega, Rosales; Rodríguez, Arriaga, Flores, Palma; Ruiz and Lozano. DT: Reinaldo Rueda.
  • Ecuador comes to this duel after beating Bolivia (3-1) and losing to Argentina (1-0).
  • Honduras has won its last two games against Bermuda (6-1) and Cuba (3-1).
  • The Ecuadorians have not lost in the last 7 meetings against the Hondurans (5 wins and 2 draws).
  • La Tri will look for a victory against an a priori inferior team to confidently reach its debut in the Copa América.

Via: Bet365

The Ecuadorian team shares a group with Jamaica, Venezuela and Mexico.

Archers

  • Alexander Dominguez
  • Hernán Galindez
  • Moisés Ramírez

Defenses

  • Jose Hurtado
  • Angelo Preciado
  • Joel Ordonez
  • Felix Torres
  • Piero Hincapié
  • Willian Pacho
  • Andrés Micolta
  • Jackson Porozo
  • Layan Loor

Frills

  • Moisés Caicedo
  • Carlos Gruezo
  • Joao Ortiz
  • Alan Franco
  • Jose Cifuentes
  • Kendry Paez
  • Jeremy Sarmiento
  • John Yeboah
  • Angel Mena
  • Alan Minda
  • Janner Corozo

Forwards

  • Enner Valencia
  • Kevin Rodriguez
  • Jordy Caicedo

This is how Ecuador arrives

Ecuador beat Bolivia 3-1 on Wednesday in a friendly match played in Pennsylvania, United States, prior to the Copa América that begins on June 20 in the North American country.

The Ecuadorian team won against the highlands thanks to goals from the historic forward Enner Valencia, in the 17th minute, his recent incorporation John Yeboah, in the 24th, and Jordy Caicedo, in the 70th. Miguel Terceros scored for Bolivia in the 88th.

After a masterful combination of touches on the left wing, the first goal came from Valencia. A split ball in the rival area allowed the Brazilian Internacional striker to finish at close range from Guillermo Viscarra’s goal and thus open the scoring.

The second goal for Ecuador was the work of John Yeboah. The German-Ecuadorian winger took advantage of a ball that was bouncing in the middle distance, after a corner kick, and placed a precise shot that ended up complicating things for Bolivia in the first half.

Although the Bolivian team managed to press on the rival court on a few occasions, the first half was dominated almost entirely by the Spanish team of Félix Sánchez Bas, who moved with greater ease and generated several goal opportunities.

At the beginning of the second half, the Bolivian squad pressed more firmly in the rival area, while Ecuador slowed down. But the pressure from the Bolivians was not enough and the Ecuadorian goal, guarded by Alexander Domínguez, remained scoreless until the final minutes.

A play by the Ecuadorian left winger Janner Corozo, who reached the Bolivian area, resulted in a foul by Adrián Jusino that ended in a penalty awarded in the 70th minute.

The person in charge of the collection was forward Jordy Caicedo, who entered the field replacing Enner Valencia. Caicedo made it 3-0 with a firm shot to the bottom left corner.

With everything defined, the Bolivian team scored in the 88th minute with a volley from Miguel Terceros, after a corner kick, which was impossible for goalkeeper Domínguez.

– ‘Foreigners’ in the crosshairs –

In the midst of preparation for the Copa América, the participation of nationalized players generated criticism among some members of the Ecuadorian team. In this sea of ​​background, former Manchester United star Antonio Valencia reproached the fact that the Argentine-Ecuadorian goalkeeper Hernán Galíndez was named captain.

“It is not possible for a foreigner to be captain of our team. That is more painful than defeat,” “Toño” Valencia wrote on his X account on Sunday after falling to world champion Argentina.

In this context, John Yeboah – born in Hamburg and of Ghanaian and Ecuadorian descent – silenced the criticism directed at foreigners by revealing his potential as a starter, after his call-up to the national team in November 2023 for the South American qualifiers for the 2026 World Cup.

In United States-2024 Ecuador is part of Group B along with Mexico, Venezuela and Jamaica.

On the other side, Bolivia – which is part of Group C along with the host, Uruguay and Panama – went out to play the friendly without one of its great promises, 16-year-old winger Moisés Paniagua, who failed to complete his visa procedures on time. in the United States and, therefore, will miss the Copa América.

Ecuador marks its first victory in the friendlies prior to the Cup, after losing last Sunday against Argentina 1-0. Bolivia, on the other hand, has two defeats after losing against Mexico two weeks ago.

AFP.

 
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