Netherlands 1-1 Ecuador: World Cup 2022 – Live Reaction | World Cup 2022

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A quick recap: Cody Gakpo scored for the Netherlands in the sixth minute, but the goal was canceled out by Enner Valencia a few minutes after half-time. But while the score was level, the performance was poor and Ecuador may feel aggrieved for not taking all three points. They put their European opponents under extreme pressure for a long time, especially throughout the second half, and came close to scoring a second goal on several occasions.

Full match: Netherlands 1-1 Ecuador

peep! peep! Puff puff! It’s all over and the points are shared, meaning hosts Qatar are now unable to advance to the knockout stages, regardless of how they perform in their final group game against the Netherlands.

Netherlands' Jurrien Timber reacts after the final whistle.
Netherlands’ Jurrien Timber reacts after the final whistle. Photo: Carl Recine/Reuters

90+5 minutes: Sarmiento sent the ball into the Dutch penalty area from the corner flag. His perimeter player fell off Virgil Van Dijk’s head.

90+4 minutes: Preciado and Sarmiento combined at the corner flag when Ecuador tried to pass the ball into the Dutch penalty area. They won a corner.

90+1 minutes: Six minutes into stoppage time. In his second international break, Rodriguez almost scored. Noppert tried to kick the ball upfield and his life flashed before his eyes when the ball hit the Ecuadorian substitute’s back and bounced out of goal.

89 minutes: The condition in which Enner Valencia left the field on a stretcher does not bode well for his future participation in this tournament. Ecuador double substitutions: Rodriguez and Ibarra replace Valencia and Plata.

89 minutes: The game is suspended and Valencia is treated.

87 minutes: Denzel Dumfries crossed the ball into the Ecuadorian penalty area, but it ended up in the hands of Hernangarinderz. The Ecuadorian players were unhappy as the Dutchman was on the pitch with Enna Valencia, apparently nursing a knee he injured on Monday.

Referee Mustapha Ghorbal calls for Enner Valencia of Ecuador to go down injured.
Referee Mustapha Ghorbal calls for Enner Valencia of Ecuador to go down injured. Photo: Rungroj Yongrit/EPA

85 minutes: Nathan Ake was cut down by Caicedo as he tried to gallop inside left. The Ecuadorian was lucky not to receive a yellow card, but the Netherlands had a free kick in a good position and sent it into the penalty area. However, it wasn’t good enough – Steven Berghuis’ pass was poor and failed to clear the first man.

83 minutes: Throw-in by Ecuador, center of the Dutch half. The Netherlands regained possession and the ball was passed to Nopert, who passed the ball with his boots upfield.

82 minutes: Going into the final 10 minutes (and the rest of the time), Ecuador dominated the second half. Whatever the outcome of Groups A and B, it was doubted that England would look to them over Holland in the last 16, but Gareth Southgate’s side were well placed to even underestimate them, based on evidence from the second half. stupid.

79 minutes: Netherlands Double Substitutions: Wout Weghorst and Marten de Roon replace Cody Gakpo and Teun Koopmeiners.

78 minutes: Gakpo was penalized again, this time for a foul on Jhegson Mendez near the halfway line.

76 minutes: Timber tried to take possession of Sarmiento near the halfway line but was penalized for a foul on him.

74 minutes: Ecuador substitutions: Jeremy Sarmiento joins his Brighton and Ecuador teammates Moises Caicedo and Pervis Estupinan. Michael Estrada makes way.

73 minutes: Cody Gakpo runs to a through ball, lifts it over the charging keeper and watches it bounce painfully over the far post. It doesn’t count if it’s offside first.

71 minutes: Cody Gakpo was penalized for a cynical push on Estupinan, stopping the Ecuadorian man on the ground and conceding a free-kick wide from goal. no result.

70 minutes: Nathan Ake tried to get the ball out of the Dutch defense, was forced by Enner Valencia, turned and kicked the ball back.

69 minutes: Netherlands substitutions: Steven Berghuis replaces Davy Klaassen.

67 minutes: The Dutch enjoyed some sustained possession and the chance to catch their breath for the first time in a while. It wasn’t the first time in this match that they spent several minutes on the ropes.

Memphis Depay tries to control a through ball.
Memphis Depay tries to control a through ball. Photo: Martin Meissner/AP

64 minutes: When the ball came from Estupinan, Nathan Ake stretched out a leg to prevent Estrada from hitting the ball in any form, and he was absolutely intimidate Holland is on the left. The shot is weak and Noppert catches the ball.

63 minutes: As Ecuador attacked on the counterattack, Van Dijk controlled a bouncing ball well and headed it clear under pressure from Estrada. Holland crushed the nerves of their supporters here with some serious back-to-the-wall defence, against a tails-up Ecuadorian side.

62 minutes: Estupinan sent a cross into the Dutchman’s box and Daley Blind tried to hook the ball when facing his own goal with Moises Caicedo on his neck. His permission is not convincing, but it works.

61 minutes: The Dutch had a couple there, and Van Dijk and Woodwork soon followed.

59 minutes: Nothing came of the Dutchman’s free-kick and Ecuador played again. The ball was pulled over the Dutch penalty area and Valencia’s shot was blocked by Virgil van Dijk. The ball goes to Gonzalo Plata who curves it to the post!

Gonzalo Plata rattles woodwork!
Gonzalo Plata rattles woodwork! Photo: Marko Đurica/Reuters

57 minutes: Foul by Piero Hincapie,Cody Gacpo wins a free kick for Netherlands. The referee took advantage when Jhegson Mendez was retroactively booked for a foul on Depay during the game. He will miss Ecuador’s next game as it is his second yellow card of the tournament.

54 minutes: Ecuador won a throw-in deep in Dutch territory. Preciado receives the ball, receives a return pass and connects with Valencia. The right wing-back was unable to keep the ball in play and rolled a Dutch goal kick.

51 minutes: Dutch players called for offside after the goal, but to no avail. Nathan Ake was playing Valencia when he followed up for an equalizer. It’s hard to blame Nopert for keeping the ball in his path, as his one-handed save from Estupinan’s low shot was sensational.

Target! Netherlands 1-1 Ecuador (Valencia 49)

Ecuador equalizes! Estupinan’s shot was brilliantly saved by Noppert’s left hand, but the keeper could only keep it in the path of Enner Valencia, who fired in from close range.

Level Ecuador!
Level Ecuador! Photo: Siphiwe Sibeko/Reuters

46 minutes: Ecuador wins a free kick in the Netherlands half. Estupinan passed the ball to the edge of the Dutch penalty area, and his own teammate Estrada headed it straight for the opponent.

Second half: Netherlands 1-0 Ecuador

46 minutes: At the start of the second half, the Dutch team made a change. Memphis Depay replaces Steven Bergwijn.

That disallowed goal. Ecuador takes the corner. The ball reaches the near post and Moises Caicedo kicks it away for Angelo Preciado to score. He fired from distance and his shot was deflected by Estupinan from the edge of the six-yard box to the side of Dutch goalkeeper Andres Norpert. Unfortunately for Ecuador, their defender Jackson Poroso was standing in an offside position directly in front of Nopert, blocking the goalkeeper’s view of the game.

Half time: Netherlands 1-0 Ecuador

peep! Mustapha Ghorbal blew a breath at half-time before leaving to hear several Ecuadorians protest in unison. The Netherlands took the lead in the sixth minute with a brilliant Cody Gakpo strike, but they certainly didn’t take the lead quite their way. Ecuador gave them plenty to think about and thought they had leveled at half-time, but Pervis Estupinan’s shot was disallowed for offside.

Ecuador’s goal disallowed…

God! Estupinan headed the ball into the Netherlands goal from a corner and turned away in celebration, but his ‘goal’ was ruled out for offside. One of his teammates stood in front of the goalkeeper and blocked his view, but we’ll have time to figure out what happened later.

Pervis Estupinan puts the ball into the net but it goes flying.
Pervis Estupinan puts the ball into the net but it goes flying. Photo: Carl Recine/Reuters

45+ 2 minutes: Foul by Timbner on Estrada, free kick wide for Ecuador on the left. Estupinan sent the ball into the penalty area and delivered it well, but Ennel Valencia was under pressure and could only header it wide. His effort went off the Dutch header and it was Ecuador’s corner.

45 minutes: Denzel Dumfries ran on the left wing and attempted a one-two with Steven Bergwijn. A promising move was broken up with the ball at his feet after receiving a return pass. We will have three minutes of stoppage time.

42 minutes: Frenkie de Jong dribbled forward with the ball at his feet, but before he could unload it, Gonzalo Plata, who returned diligently, snatched it away.

40 minutes: Enner Valencia and Denzel Dumfries engaged in a furious off-the-ball fight, which was greeted with delight by Algerian referee Mustapha Ghorbal, who let them know he was keeping tabs on their shenanigans.

38 minutes: The long diagonal from Nathan Ake to Steven Bergwijn caused Ecuador various problems at the back. Piero Hincapie broke past the Dutchman and threw the ball out for a throw-in, but somehow failed to concede a free-kick in the danger zone.

36 minutes: “What if De Ligt doesn’t play?” asked Dechlan Brennan. “Injured? Or he simply hasn’t maintained the unbeatable status he had a few years ago.”

Well, he might have been injured, but I guess he was dropped because he played really badly in his opening match against Senegal.

33 minutes: Set-pieces went nowhere as Holland took the lead in the sixth minute thanks to a superb display from Cody Gakpo. Every performance from the PSV winger increases his value and this promises to be interesting An extremely tedious January bidding war for his signature.

32 minutes: coin! Enner Valencia cut in from the left wing and delivered a screeching pass which was well blocked by Andries Noppert. The Dutch goalkeeper swoops to the right and takes the ball for a corner.

30 minutes: The ball flew in from the corner flag, was cleared halfway by a defender, and then headed in for Enna Valencia to catch up. Frenkie De Jong gave the Ecuador captain a 20-yard lead and passed the ball back to goalkeeper Andries Noppert.

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