‘Ecuador’s selection missed second goal’, ‘Powerful, energetic victory’ and more Australian press take on the 3-1 win over Tri-Colors | football | sports

‘Ecuador’s selection missed second goal’, ‘Powerful, energetic victory’ and more Australian press take on the 3-1 win over Tri-Colors |  football |  sports

In the first match for both teams after the Qatar 2022 World Cup, Australia defeated Ecuador 3-1 on Friday in a friendly match, in which Spanish coach Felix Sanchez appeared for the first time on the tri-color bench.

Mistakes pay dearly! Failure on defense led to Ecuador’s defeat against Australia, in Felix Sanchez’s debut in charge of the trio.

The homeowners took advantage, in a preliminary duel between two Ecuadoreans, before retiring to the changing rooms. With goals from Jackson Irvin in the 12th minute, and Irwin Mabille in the 32nd minute, the homeowners put the numbers on the scoreboard. For Ecuador, Felix Torres pulled back in the 23rd minute with a header after receiving an assist from Jeremy Sarmiento. But Garang Cole at the age of 84 decreed 3-1 at Compbank Stadium in Sydney. Both groups will meet again next Tuesday.

Jeremy Sarmiento has fractured and will miss the rematch between Ecuador and Australia

This is how many Australian newspapers reported on the commitment on Friday.

You have to give credit to Ecuador; It’s a very good and efficient team, notes Australia coach Graham Arnold

Sydney Morning Herald: “Ecuador played under new coach Felix Sanchez for the first time. In addition to Felix Torres’ goal, they had other chances to punish an outstretched Australian defense, but they weren’t taken advantage of. Then they gave the second goal to sucross. Feelings on Friday were very, very good like soccerros They took a confident first step on the road to the next World Cup, defeating Ecuador 3-1 in a smooth return home.”

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the age: “The only disappointment was the relatively poor turnout of 20,668 people at Kombank Stadium. A little disappointing, given how fascinated the Australian team was with the country not so long ago. On the ground, the soccerros They picked up pretty much where they left off in Doha football: they were lively from the start and more aggressive, although at times they were more open in defense than he would have liked.[المدير]Graham Arnold”.

The Daily Telegraph: “They got engaged soccerros To raise the bar and ensure their return home wasn’t just a celebratory affair they kept their word with a daring, spirited display in their 3-1 win over Ecuador in Sydney. Ecuador equalized 10 minutes after Australia’s first goal, but the advantage soccerros Returned shortly thereafter. A disappointing World Cup was followed by a quiet performance. The goals were the perfect tonic.”

Guardian Australia: “It was an entertaining night of football. There wasn’t a big crowd, but those who did get to the pitch, in order to go home soccerros They were rewarded with a great performance from Graham Arnold’s team. Jackson Irvin was excellent, Duke and Godwin were superior, Souttar and Rolls were solid in defence, O’Neill delivered an excellent debut and Cole scored his first goal for the Australian national team.” (Dr)

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