Félix Sanchez Paz calls up Ecuador for March’s FIFA date against Australia | Football | game
Ecuador’s new coach, Felix Sanchez passesKeeping the national team’s platform that played at last year’s World Cup in Qatar, he called up historic record holder and captain Enner Valencia in his first list after being officially presented on Monday in Quito.
Tricolor friendlies this month will be against the visitors AustraliaHe March 24 in SydneyAnd this March 28 in MelbourneFirstly FIFA Date The year is 2023.
These are Ecuador’s fixtures in the South American qualifiers for the 2026 World Cup.
Valencia, Alexander Dominguez and Carlos Cruso are the most experienced in the group of 24 footballers and are in first place with two World Cups: Brazil-2014 and Qatar 2022.
It’s no news that Valencia also struck with national top scorer Michael Estrada in the last South American tie and surprise Kevin Rodriguez, who brought Ecuador to Qatar-2022. Yes, with the invitation of Junior Sornoza, figure of Independiente del Valle and left winger Alexander Alvarado of Liga de Quito.
Australian World Cup players confirm friendly with Ecuador
Brazil’s Red Bull Bragantino’s right-back Jose Hurtado is also on the list.
the presence of three Brighton internationals, Moises Caicedo, Pervis Estubien and Jeremy Sarmiento; Also William Bacho is in good form at Royal Antwerp in Belgium.
Angel Mena has also been called up for the first window of FIFA friendlies with the approval of Sanchez Paz, despite the fact that he did not add minutes in Qatar due to the decision of DD Gustavo Alfaro.
Ecuador’s 24-man squad for March FIFA date:
Goalkeepers: Alexander Dominguez (Liga de Quito), Hernan Galindes (Agas), Moises Ramirez (Independiente del Valle).
Defenders: Angelo Preciato (Genk/Belgium), Jose Hurtado (Red Bull Bragantino/Brazil), Felix Torres (Santos Laguna/Mexico), Piero Hincapie (Bayer Leverkusen/Germany), William Bachover (Royal Anthem, Brighton/England), Diego Palacios (Los Angeles FC), Xavier Areca (Seattle Sounders/USA).
Midfielders: Carlos Cruso (San Jose Earthquakes/USA), Jackson Mendez (Sao Paulo/Brazil), Moises Caicedo (Brighton/England), Alan Franco (Tallares/Argentina), Jose Cifuentes (Los Angeles Menana, FC), /Mexico) , Junior Sornoza (Independiente del Valle), Alexander Alvarado (Liga de Quito), Gonzalo Plata (Real Valladolid/Spain), Jeremy Sarmiento (Brighton/England).
Forwards: Michael Estrada (Cruz Azul/Mexico), Enner Valencia (Fenerbahçe/Turkey), Kevin Rodriguez (Independiente del Valle).