The Ecuador national football team defeated its Australian host today, with two goals to one, in an international friendly match in front of 27,000 spectators in Melbourne, achieving its first victory in the second match led by its new Spanish coach, Felix Sanchez. Australia was the first to score through Fortuna Dusseldorf German striker Brandon Borello, but Ecuador struck hard in the second half and scored two goals through Brighton defender Pervis Estupinian in the 51st minute from the penalty mark, and Royal Antwerp Belgian William Bachchu with a header in the 65th minute in the first international match. for the last. The Ecuador national team took revenge for its loss against Australia with a goal of three last Tuesday in Sydney, in the first match under the leadership of Spain’s Felix Sanchez, the former coach of the Qatari national team, since his appointment at the head of his technical management on March 11. Ecuador hired Sanchez’s services after the 60-year-old Argentine Gustavo Alfaro decided to abandon his mission after the 2022 FIFA,Football,Soccer,Football,Soccer World Cup Qatar, which saw him exit from the first round in Group A, which included Qatar, the Netherlands and Senegal. It is noteworthy that the Qatar Federation had decided not to renew Sanchez’s contract when it expired on December 31, after which he hired Portuguese coach Carlos Queiroz to head the technical management of the team that won the 2019 Asian Cup.
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