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Venezuela surprises Ecuador and wins again after six rounds

Venezuela surprises Ecuador and wins again after six rounds

Venezuela won again after six matches by beating Ecuador 2-1 at the Olympic Stadium of the Central University in Caracas, in a match on the fifth day of the South American qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup.

Ecuador went ahead on the scoreboard through Enner Valencia, who changed a penalty for a goal in the 37th minute. However, the celebration of the Tri did not last long because before the break Darwin Machís equaled for Venezuela.

The parity gave Venezuela motivation to go for the victory in the second half and this came in the 64th minute when Eduard Bello scored the second and final goal for the Ecuadorian bewilderment.

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La Tri remains with 16 points and is provisionally in third place in the standings and Venezuela is still at the bottom with 7 integers.

On the next day, this Thursday, the Vinotinto will visit Chile and Bolivia will receive Paraguay. EFE (HN)


Venezuela: Wuilker Faríñez – Ronald Hernández, Nahuel Ferraresi, Adrián Martínez, Oscar González – Darwin Machis (Jan Hurtado, 90 + 3), Tomás Rincón (Junior Moreno, 79), Eduard Bello (Cristian Cásseres Jr, 88), Jose Andres Martinez, Adalberto Peñaranda (John Chancellor, 88) – Eric Ramirez (Fernando Aristeguieta, 79). DT: Leonardo González.

Ecuador: Moisés Ramírez – Robert Arboleda (Franco Palma, 84), Felix Torres, Piero Hincapié – Angelo Preciado (Michael Estrada, 65), Carlos Gruezo (Ayrton Preciado, 88), Moisés Caicedo, Pervis Estupiñán – Gonzalo Plata (Brayan Angulo, 83 ), Enner Valencia (Joao Rojas, 65), Ángel Mena. DT: Gustavo Alfaro.

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Venezuela: Darwin Machis (45 + 1), Eduard Bello (64)

Ecuador: Enner Valencia (37 from penalty)


Venezuela: Rincón (45 + 4), Moreno (87), Aristeguieta (90 + 4), Martinez (90 + 6)

Ecuador: Mena (63), Torres (85)

Stadium: UCV Olympic (Caracas)

Referee: Andrés Cunha (URU)

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