With 100% capacity enabled, the stage will be the Banco Pichincha Municipal Stadium of the Barcelona club, a field that brings back good memories
With 100% capacity enabled, the stage will be the Banco Pichincha Municipal Stadium of the Barcelona club, a field that brings back good memories for Argentine soccer because it was the place of consecration in the Copa América ’93, during the first of the two cycles of Alfio Basile at the head of the selection.
Undefeated Argentina National Team
right there, the “Scaloneta” will have the possibility of reaching a historical mark established by the “Coco” National Team at that time: 31 games without losing, a series that began to build on July 2, 2019 after falling to Brazil (0-2) in Belo Horizonte for the semifinals of the Copa América.
On that route, the “Albiceleste” captained by Leo Messi won the Copa América Brasil 2021 and ended with a 28-year drought, which extended from the coronation in Guayaquil with the team that, among others, made up Sergio Goycochea, Oscar Ruggeri, Fernando Redondo, Diego Simeone and Gabriel Batistuta.
Argentina thrashed Venezuela (3-0) last Friday in the farewell before the Argentine public before the World Cup.
Ecuador prepares for a full stadium party after securing its qualification last Thursday despite the defeat he suffered against Paraguay (3-1) in Asunción.
The “Tri”, hand in hand with the Argentine Gustavo Alfarowill play the World Cup for the fourth time, after giving the present in Korea-Japan 2002, Germany 2006 and Brazil 2014.
How to watch live Ecuador – Argentina
The meeting will be broadcast by TyC Sports and Public TV. Preview will start at 7:00 p.m.
-Streaming: Flow, Directv Go and Telecentro Play.
Ecuador: Hernan Galindez; Byron Castillo, Piero Hincapié, Robert Arboleda and Pelvis Estupiñán; Carlos Grueso and Moises Caicedo; Alan Franco, Gonzalo Plata and Romario Ibarra; Michael Strada. DT: Gustavo Alfaro.
Argentina: Juan Musso; Gonzalo Montiel, Germán Pezzella or Lucas Martínez Quarta, Nicolás Otamendi and Nicolás Tagliafico; Rodrigo De Paul, Guido Rodríguez and Exequiel Palacios or Alexis Mac Allister; Lionel Messi, Julian Alvarez and Lucas Ocampos. DT: Lionel Scaloni.
Referee: Raphael Claus (Brazil).