Alps Tops Andes: Switzerland Scores With 20 Second Left In Stoppage Time, Beats Ecuador 2-1
Will Ecuador, whose home field in Quito is 9,350 feet above sea level, outlast the Swiss, whose camp in Zurich is only 1,339 feet? Manchester United’s Antonio Valencia leads ECU, while SUI has the exciting playmaker with one of the tournament’s greatest names: Granit Xhaka. Let’s watch one of the very few times in history these two countries will interact — which you can do here. Live streaming video feed, official Twitter updates, and highlights as they happen, below.
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UPDATES (most recent tweets first):
— FIFAWorldCup (@FIFAWorldCup) June 15, 2014
— Troll Football (@Troll__Football) June 15, 2014
— SB Nation (@SBNation) June 15, 2014
Enner’s Game: Enner Valancia header puts Ecuador on top very early.
— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) June 15, 2014
— Findlay Mair (@fin1991Official) June 15, 2014