Summary of the match between Brazil and Ecuador

Summary of the match between Brazil and Ecuador in the World Cup qualifiers.

Brazil fell into the trap of a positive tie against Ecuador, in the match that was held between them in Ecuador, in the framework of the fifteenth round of the World Cup qualifiers for the South American continent.

Casemiro scored Brazil’s first goal after 6 minutes of the match from a follow-up to Emerson’s shot that the Ecuador goalkeeper saved to put it in the net, and defender Torres equalized for Ecuador in the 74th minute from a header that Alisson failed to prevent.

And the referee issued the red card in the face of Ecuador goalkeeper Alexandre Dominguez in the 16th minute after violently interfering with the head of Brazil striker Mateos Cunha.

After returning to the video technology, and 3 minutes later, the referee issued a second warning to Emerson, the defender of Brazil and the red card, after violently interfering with the Ecuadorean striker.

The two teams completed the match with ten players for each team, and the match referee canceled a third red card in favor of Brazil goalkeeper Alison Becker after resorting to video technology in the 26th minute.

The referee awarded a penalty kick in favor of Ecuador in the 55th minute after the Ecuadorean striker fell in the penalty area after an intervention from Rafina.

However, the video technology called for the referee and it was canceled after the photo indicated that Rafina did not interfere with the Ecuadorian striker.

With this result, Brazil raised its score to 36 points at the top of the group, which secured qualification for the 2022 World Cup, the first team from South America, while Ecuador raised its score to 23 points in third place.

The Brazilian national team has played 14 matches so far in the qualifiers, winning 11 of them, drawing three and never losing, as it leads the South American qualifiers table with 35 points.؟

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