End of the match Ecuador 2-1 Uruguay
In the second round of the 2026 World Cup Qualifiers, Ecuador grabs three points in the final minutes of the match.
Uruguay looked desperate to put pressure on and score an equalizer.
Ecuador made changes aimed at refreshing the team.
Uruguay put pressure on them, hoping to quickly equalize the score.
Gour, from Ecuador, scored the second goal for his home team.
Enel Valencia missed a penalty that could have given the locals an advantage.
Uruguay will make modifications with the intention of becoming more aggressive.
Ecuador aims for winning goal
Halftime Ecuador 1-1 Uruguay
Uruguay’s goal puts the visitors ahead before the break.
The situation at the end of the first half indicated that both teams would head into halftime tied goalless.
The scoreboard didn’t move, and the game was a heated match with a scoreless tie.
Ecuador doesn’t stop pressing, but Uruguay plays great defense.
Ecuador came very close to taking the lead, but Uruguay’s goalkeeper played heroic.
Uruguay gradually released the pressure and tried to create a scoring play.
Ecuador kept up the pressure and approached the opening goal.
Uruguay will wait for their rivals with pressure and try to create danger with speed and counters.
Ecuador started the game with more possession.
The match between Ecuador and Chile begins.
All preparations have been made for the start of the game, and both teams are waiting in the tunnel for the national anthem and the signal to start the game.
Both teams will finish warming up and go to the locker room for a final discussion with their coaches before the game begins.
It’s a great entry into this stadium and the fans don’t abandon their team and take their place for the weigh-in for this qualifying match.
As this spectacular building gradually fills up, both teams are already warming up and preparing for how this match will go.
Both teams have already entered the stadium and will be warming up on the pitch within minutes, preparing for the announcement of their starting squads.
Fans are slowly starting to arrive at the stadium, with many fans from Ecuador attending this match, and a full house is expected for this second leg of the 2026 World Cup qualifiers.
In addition to the latest information from the field at Rodrigo Paz Delgado Stadium, we’ll be bringing you the starting lineup for Ecuador vs. Uruguay in Round 2 of the 2026 World Cup Qualifiers live. Don’t miss the minute-by-minute details of the match, which will be broadcast live online from VAVEL México.
Tomorrow, in addition to this Ecuador vs. Uruguay match, Bolivia vs. Peru, Venezuela vs. Uruguay, Chile vs. Colombia, and Peru vs. Brazil will be played. Important teams will take part and compete for a ticket to the World Cup.
Neither team has any injuries or suspensions, so they will be able to have a full squad for the second qualifying round of Conmebol for the 2026 World Cup, with two very strong teams in the region.
They have faced their predecessors seven times, with Ecuador winning three, Uruguay drawing one, and winning three, so there are no favorites, but considering the current situation, the Uruguay team will likely be a little weaker. . This is his second win and he is the favorite to take the lead in the tournament at Conmebol.
On the other hand, the Uruguay team showed an overwhelming performance from start to finish, defeating Chile 3-1, winning the soccer class, and earning their first 3 points. They are currently in 2nd place with 3 points. There is. A point would put Brazil in contention for the lead in goals scored, but they would have to visit Ecuador, where they would look at who paid, not who did it. A very competitive match is expected. Full of goals and emotions.
The Ecuadorian team had just lost 0-1 to Argentina, but the game was very close and it would take Lionel Messi’s genius free kick to beat the Ecuadorian goal by the slimmest of margins and claim victory. did not become. , the Ecuadorian team will earn a point at all costs against Uruguay, remove three penalty points from the bottom of the overall standings ahead of the 2026 World Cup, and end this FIFA in the best possible way. I would aim to do that. World Cup qualifying begins on this day and in Conmebol.