Ecuadorian team dominates Fiji in World Cup with impressive goal-scoring prowess

The Ecuador national team hit the Fiji Islands with nine unanswered goals in a meeting that brought them together on Friday night in the final round of the group stage of the 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup.

Midfielder Kindri Paez opened the festival of goals already in the seventh minute of the starting whistle, and forward José Klinger doubled the score by the 34th minute, while striker Justin Quiro, in turn, doubled the score by scoring two goals in a row in two minutes (36 and 45) of the first half time.

Striker Alan Menda also scored a brace in the 66th and 85th minutes, while midfielder Tommy Champa scored the seventh goal in the 89th minute before striker Christopher Zambrano ended the festivities with a brace in stoppage time, the last of which was from a penalty spot.

The Comoros national team ended the confrontation with ten men after their player Thomas Don was sent off in the 85th minute of the match, held at the Estadio Unico Madre de Ciudades in the Argentine city of Santiago del Estero.

The Ecuador national team scored a second victory in a row, increasing their score to 6 points, finishing second in Group 2 (B) and securing their entry into the sixteenth round of the World Cup, accompanied by the leader, the United States of America. , who in turn defeated his Slovak counterpart with two unanswered goals.

While the Slovakian team fell to third place in the standings with three points, and then Fiji in last fourth place without points and officially said goodbye to the tournament.

Notably, it advances to the round of 16 of the World Youth Championship, becoming champions in each of the six groups and placing second in addition to the top four third-placed teams.

Source: RT

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