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Ecuador Vs France Live Match 25th June, 2014 Highlights Videos

Ecuador Vs France Live Match 25th June, 2014 Highlights Videos

Ecuador Vs FranceThe forty-second match of the FIFA World Cup 2014 is going to be held between Ecuador and France. The Group F match should be quite an interesting contest between the two as this will be Ecuador’s last chance to try for a berth in the “group of 16.” France, on the other hand, will try to finish the group stage with 9 points. Ecuador has been a great tournament for South American countries, and Ecuador is one of those. It started well against Switzerland and was all set to secure the first point as the match appeared to end in a draw. Things won’t be easy as it has to win against France which has already scored 8 goals in 2 matches. A draw against France may still take it to the next round only if Switzerland fails to win against Honduras.

On the other hand France, France has been one of the most impressive teams in this year’s tournament. After its hasty exit from 2010 FIFA World Cup, it seems to be completely ready to prove its potential. France is not going to lose the momentum by getting obstructed by Ecuador. It will definitely try to keep the habit of winning and finish on top. It will be a very interesting, entertaining and tough match between both teams. For more FIFA World Cup 2014 updates please visit our website LahoriMela.com

Match: Ecuador Vs France
Date: 25th June, 2014
Time: 20:00 GMT | 15:00 PKT
Venue: Estadio do Maracanã

Ecuador Vs France Squads are:

Maximo Banguera, Jorge Guagua, Frickson Erazo, Juan Carlos Paredes, Renato Ibarra, Christian Noboa, Jefferson Montero, Edison Mendez, Joao Rojas, Walter Ayovi, FelipeCaicedo, Adrian Bone, Enner Valencia, Oswaldo Minda, Michael Arroyo, Antonio Valencia, Jaime Ayovi, Oscar Bagui, Luis Saritama, Fidel Martinez, Gabriel Achilier, Alexender Dominguez, Carlos Gruezo.

Hugo Lloris, Mathieu Debuchy, Patrice Evra, Raphael Varane, Mamadou Sakho, Yohan Cabaye, Remy Cabella, Mathieu Valbuena, Olivier Giroud, Karim Benzema, Antoine Griezmann, Rio Mavuba, Eliaquim Mamgala, Blaise Matuidi, Bacary Sagna, Stephane Ruffier, Lucas Digne, Moussa Sissoko, Paul Pogba, Loic Remy, Laurent Koscielny, Morgan Schneiderlin, Mickael Landreau.

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