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Wednesday, 4 June 2014
Pre-World Cup Finals Friendly Internationa; Match

Ecuador 2 England 2 [1-1]

Match Summary
Ecuador Squad
England Squad
Team Records
   
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The La Tri World Cup Squad for the match against England  May-June 2014
←Last Ecuadorian Squad that faced England (444)  
Player Birthdate Age Pos Club App G
21. Achilier Zurita, Gabriel Eduardo 24 March 1985 29 D CS Emelec 22 0
15. Arroyo Mina, Michael Antonio 23 April 1987 27 M CF Atlante, Mexico 19 2
17. Ayoví Corozo, Jaimen Javier 21 February 1988 26 F Club Tijuana Xoloitzcuintles de Caliente, Mexico 30 9
10. Ayoví Corozo, Walter Orlando 11 August 1979 34 D CF Pachuca, Mexico 89 8
18. Bagüí Angulo, Óscar Dalmiro 10 December 1982 31 D CS Emelec 21 0
1. Banguera Valdivieso, Máximo Orlando 16 December 1985 28 G Barcelona SC 24 0
12. Bone Sánchez, Adrián Javier 8 September 1988 25 G CD El Nacional 3 0
11. Caicedo Corozo, Felipe Salvador 5 September 1988 25 F Al-Jazira SCC, UAE 49 15
14. Castillo Nazareno, Segundo Alejandro 15 May 1982 31 M Al Hilal Saudi FC, Saudi Arabia 81 9
22. Domínguez Carabalí, Alexander 5 June 1987 26 G Liga Deportiva Universitaria de Quito 18 0
3. Erazo Vivero, Frickson Rafael 5 May 1988 26 D Clube de Regatas do Flamengo 36 1
23. Gruezo Arboleda, Carlos Armando 19 April 1995 19 M VfB Stuttgart 1893, Germany 2 0
2. Guagua Tamayo, Jorge Daniel 28 September 1981 32 D CS Emelec 58 2
5. Ibarra Mina, Alex Renato 20 January 1991 23 M SBV Vitesse, Netherlands 17 0
20. Martínez Tenorio, Fidel Francisco 15 February 1990 24 M Club Tijuana Xoloitzcuintles de Caliente, Mexico 8 2
8. Méndez Méndez, Édison Vicente 16 March 1979 35 M Independiente Santa Fe SA, Colombia 110 18
7. Montero Vite, Jefferson Antonio 1 September 1989 24 F CA Monarcas Morelia, Mexico 39 8
6. Noboa Tello, Cristhian Fernando 9 April 1985 29 M FC Dynamo Moskva, Russia 41 2
4. Paredes Reasco, Juan Carlos 8 July 1987 26 D Barcelona SC 37 0
9. Rojas Mendoza, Joao Robin 14 June 1989 24 F Cruz Azul FC AC, Mexico 29 2
19. Saritama Padilla, Luis Fernando 20 October 1983 30 M Barcelona SC, on loan from Liga Deportiva Universitaria de Quito 48 0
13. Valencia Lastra, Enner Remberto 11 April 1989 25 F CF Pachuca, Mexico 9 2
16. Valencia Mosquera, Luis Antonio 4 August 1985 28 M Manchester United FC, England 70 9
Reserves
Mena Delgado, Ángel Israel 21 January 1988 26 F CS Emelec 0 0
Minda Suscal, Tilson Oswaldo 26 July 1983 30 M CD Chivas USA 18 0
Narváez Silva, Jhon David 5 June 1995 18 D CS Emelec 0 0
Penilla Caicedo, Cristian Anderson 2 May 1991 24 F Barcelona SC 0 0
Quiñónez Rodríguez, Pedro Ángel 4 March 1986 28 M CS Emelec 11 0
Ramírez Zambrano, Cristian Leonel 12 August 1994 19 D Düsseldorfer TSV Fortuna 1895, Germany 2 0
Wila Canga, Armando Lenin 12 May 1985 29 F CD de la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador, on loan from LD Universitaria de Loja 0 0

Squad details correct up to and including Ecuador's match against Mexico on 31 May 2014.
Tallies taken from Ecuafotbol & Official FIFA Lists
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Diary

Wednesday, 14 May 2014 - Manchester United winger Antonio Valencia is the star name in Ecuador's provisional 30-man squad for next month's World Cup in Brazil. Felipe Caicedo, now with United Arab Emirates club Al Jazira, has also been included, as has 35-year-old midfielder Edison Mendez, Ecuador's third-most capped player. Head coach Reinaldo Rueda must finalise his squad before the cut-off point of June 2.

Saturday, 17 May 2014 - Ecuador took an early lead against Netherlands, but the friendly match finished in a 1-1 draw.  Ecuador's own World Cup plans were dealt massive blows either side of half time as strikers Felipe Caicedo and his replacement Fidel Martinez both had to be carried off.

Saturday, 31 May 2014 - Ecuador are beaten 3-1 by Mexico at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington in front of 84,876 spectators. The game was marred by an horrific injury to Luis Montes two minutes after he scored the opening goal. His leg was broken in a collision with Segundo Castillo, who was also substituted.

Tuesday, 3 June 2014 - Manchester United midfielder Antonio Valencia has been named in Ecuador's World Cup squad. Stuttgart midfielder Carlos Gruezo, 19, who made his first two appearances last month, is also in Reinaldo Rueda's squad. Midfielder Segundo Castillo also made the cut from the provisional squad despite suffering a knee injury during Saturday's friendly against Mexico. There were three uncapped domestic-based strikers in the 30-man squad - Cristian Penilla, Angel Mena and Armando Wila - but they have all been dropped. Emelec defender Jhon Narvaez, 19-year-old Fortuna Düsseldorf defender Cristian Ramirez, Emelec midfielder Pedro Quinonez and Chivas USA midfielder Oswaldo Minda are the others to miss out.

Ecuador Form: last six games
L D D W D L   f 9:a 11   success: 42%
- 16 October 2013 - Chile 2 Ecuador 1 [2-0]
Estadio Nacional, Santiago
Sanchez, Medel
Caicedo
WCP AL
- 16 November 2013 -
Ecuador 0 Argentina 0
[0-0]
Metlife Stadium, East Rutherford
  Fr ND
- 20 November 2013 -
Honduras 2 Ecuador 2
[0-1]
BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston
Costly (2)
Avoyí, Valencia
ND
Paredes Palacious
- 5 March 2014 - Australia 3 Ecuador 4 [3-0]
The Den, London
Cahill (2), Jedinak (pen)
Martínez, Castillo (pen), Valencia, Méndez
NW
Langerak
- 17 May 2014 - Netherlands 1 Ecuador 1 [1-1]
Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam
van Persie
Montero
AD
- 31 May 2014 - Mexico 3 Ecuador 1 [1-0]
AT&T Stadium, Arlington
Montes, Fabian, Dos Santos
Valencia
NL

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