Guardian Like Jesus And the end Aimar Goa They firmly believed that Ecuador I am Going “head up” They go after the setback with Uruguay “to move things forward” to get a positive result against Chili They should be classified for the final stage this Friday South American Sub-17 That has become a controversy in the country.
Technician tricolor Diego Martinez complicating his ranking Hexagonal With a 0-2 loss against La Celeste and La Roja’s 2-0 win against Colombia, on Wednesday.
What does it take for Ecuador to qualify for the last six of the South American U-17s?
But the mini-tri have options to advance to the next round on the fifth and final day of Group A, which will be held concurrently this Friday.
With Brazil already classified from day three, the two spots are contested by Chile, Uruguay and Ecuador, while Colombia are out of chances to progress with a point.
Canarinha lead the group with seven points, Chile is second with six points and Ecuador dominate with Uruguay with four points.
Regardless of the outcome of the match between Brazil and Uruguay, Ecuador will beat Chile and qualify for the last six.
The tie also serves him as long as Uruguay doesn’t win.
“We are confident that we are going to get a good result, we are going to move things forward and everything will be fine,” Polo told reporters before training in Espol on Thursday.
“We are calm, determined, we know what we have to do and we believe in the work of the team and coaching staff,” he added.
The defender self-criticized and pointed out two main shortcomings of the national team in the fight with Celeste.
“I think we need to be more effective in the zone, more assertive on defense.”
“You have to know that Uruguay are better than us, they passed us, so you have to correct the mistakes and go out tomorrow (today) to do things better,” he said.
He said of Chile: “We believe it’s a good team that’s doing things the best way; they’ve lost to Brazil and won two matches. They’re a strong opponent.”
Spanish-Ecuadorian Aymar Govia was short on words. Swansea City’s Welshman didn’t make a dream debut against Uruguay, but he left with good feelings from his partnership with Gentry Pace.
“The first thing I want to say is thank you to all the fans who supported us, we have to keep working. (I’m) very happy to enter, to help the team, we have to keep working and correcting the mistakes.
“We have to keep our heads up, we’re going against Chile to get the result. (Uruguayans) had a good rhythm and we slowed it down a bit. Tomorrow we have to keep the momentum going in everything…”, he said.
Didi Martinez asked Goa to “keep our heads up” because “we can and we have a great team,” Goa said.
“We’ve got a good team, we’re all a great team and we’re all going to keep supporting. Right wing, midfield, we’re all very good and I know we’re going to continue,” concluded the Swansea City winger, who is skilful, fast and forward-facing.