La Tri is presented at the San Juan del Bicentenario Stadium for the first date of Group B.
Ecuador appears in Argentina for the first date of Group B at the Under 20 World Cup with a match against the United States which is played at the San Juan del Bicentenario Stadium.
After securing a harrowing classification in the South American Cup at the start of the year, Miguel Bravo’s team put their dream into action with a chance to advance one last time and decide the title on Sunday, June 11 at Uniço de la Uniço de la Liga. silver.
La Tri has a squad with many players playing abroad, including Nilson Angulo and even young star Kendry Paez, the last South American sub-17 figure who at just 16 Plays for Independiente del Valle, and would be reinforcement of Chelsea.
Despite the fact that the last one left them with a bitter taste due to the fact that in the last friendly they beat the Dominican Republic and then lost to New Zealand, they looked to start their directorial career off on the right foot. Excited for a place in the round of 16, with games against Fiji and Slovakia.
While the North American team will look to clinch their first World Cup after three consecutive exits after managing to advance to the quarter-finals. As the current three-time CONCACAF champions, they are betting on taking a big step towards winning the title.
Mickey Varas’ men’s team list has six players who already have experience in the senior team. They play Ecuador with the ambition of going down under Bravo, who dream of reclaiming the third place they achieved against Italy at the 2019 World Cup in Poland.
United States: Slonina; Che, Craig, Wynder, Gomez; Edelman, McGlynn, Wolfe; Sullivan, Yapi and Paredes.
Ecuador: Napa; D. de la Cruz, Ordonez, Garcia, M. de la Cruz; Zambrano, Paez, Gonzalez; Minda, Angle and Leather.