Ecuador vs Jamaica Player Ratings

Ecuador vs Jamaica Player Ratings: Kendry Páez and Alan Minda Score in Win

Ecuador responded well to their defeat to Venezuela in the previous game. Playing against Jamaica at Allegiant Stadium, Nevada, Félix Sánchez’s squad won 3-1. A victory put Ecuador on the top of the table with Venezuela having one game in hand.

Ecuador National Football Team Player Ratings vs Jamaica


Alexander Domínguez (6.8/10): Owing to Ecuador’s high intensity of attacking, Dominguez rarely touched the ball.


Ángelo Preciado (7.3/10): Back Yeboah and Franco when attacked by providing them the ball to create chances.

Félix Torres (6.6/10): Took part in the siege of Jamaican defenders but still couldn’t find the target.

Willian Pacho (7.2/10): Ecuador was so dominant in the beginning of the game that Pacho could fire a shot from a narrow-angle in the first half.

Piero Hincapié (7.4/10): Giving threats for Jamaica from the left flank by winning many duels on the ground.


Alan Franco (6.7/10): Not only helpful defensively, Franco also creates chances with his passing ability.

Moisés Caicedo (7.9/20): Give the opponents constant pressure with his shots and passes in the final third.

Kendry Páez (7.7/10): Providing threats for Jamaica with his space-finding ability, giving him much space to shoot. He also converted the team’s second goal from the spot in the first half.


John Yeboah (6.4/10): Actively involved in Ecuador’s attacking strategy, struggled to find the back of the net.

Jeremy Sarmiento (7.5/10): His link-up with Yeboah caused trouble for Jamaican defenders.

Kevin Rodríguez (6.6/10): Despite acting as a target man, Rodriguez struggled to even fire a shot toward Jamaica’s defence.


Alan Minda (7.3/10): Get the job done when replacing Yeboah in the second half.

Carlos Gruezo (7.1/10): Still managed to have an assistant with only appeared for nine minutes.

Jordy Caicedo (6.6/10): Not much he can do apart from delivering a successful pass, from one attempt.

Jenner Corozo – N/A

Manager –

Félix Sánchez (7.2/10): Got his selection right, Ecuador really dominated the game since the beginning

Jamaica National Football Team Player Ratings vs Ecuador


Jahmali Waite (/10): Not his best day as Waite had to concede an own goal and a penalty.


Ethan Pinnock (5/10): His clearances and interceptions were not enough to prevent his team from losing.

Joel Latibeaudiere (6/10): Led the defensive unit with everything he could despite conceding two goals

Di’Shon Bernard (6.5/10): Blocking, intercepting, and clearing the ball were his chores on the pitch today.


Kasey Palmer (4/10): When his team were chasing a first goal, he diverted the ball into his own team’s net to put the opponents ahead.

Damion Lowe (6.2/10): Can only send one key pas when his team needs him the most. But he guarded the midfield quite well.

Greg Leigh (5/10): Running down the flank to help De Cordova-Reid upfront and any other strikers as well.

Dexter Lembikisa (6.2/10): Struggled to create chances from the right flank and only got to win one duel.


Bobby De Cordova-Reid (7.2/10): Provided enough threats for Ecuador with his key passes, shots, and any other attacking attempts.

Shamar Nicholson (6/10): Did not get much space to make a difference.

Michail Antonio (7/10): Set himself apart from other Jamaican players, with his goal.


Michael Hector (6.6/10): Made clearances and interceptions to keep the ball away from the box.

Demarai Gray (6.6/10): Penetrated from the left flank to tear the defence open but still failed to do so.

Kaheim Dixon (6.4/10): Appearing for 14 minutes, he can only touch the ball once.

Karoy Anderson (6.5/10): The 13-minute appearance was not enough as he already had one key pass for his teammates.

Renaldo Cephas (6.3/10): Not much he can do in nine minutes apart from delivering four passes from five attempts.

Manager –

Heimir Hallgrímsson (6.5/10): His players were the underdogs compared to the opponents no matter why he made changes on the pitch.

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