Uruguay vs. Ecuador  4 - 0

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90' +4 FULL-TIME: URUGUAY 4-0 ECUADOR.
90' +2 Suarez and Cavani charge forward on the break, with the latter playing in the former, who is promptly tripped up by Mina, who hardly tries to mask his intentions. He's had quite the frustrating night.
90' Quite surprisingly, there will be four minutes added on at the end of this match. No mercy for Ecuador.
87' A lengthy delay here as Dominguez goes down following that last Uruguay chance, and requires a bit of treatment. There's probably a bit of mental fatigue playing its part here as well. No one seems too concerned with the time running off the clock here.
83' It's really being played at a snail's place now following that fourth goal. Ecuador have no interest being out there, and it's hard to blame them given how this has played out. Onto the next for them.
81' F. Valverde enters the game and replaces M. Vecino.
Uruguay make their final change of the match with time winding down, as Valverde replaces Vecino in midfield.
78' A. Mina is unfortunate, scores an own goal!
IT COUNTS! Make that 4-0 Uruguay! A ball over the top was chested back into the danger area by Pereiro, where Mina embarassingly runs into it, sending a looping effort over his keeper and into the back of the net! It's a real head in hands moment for him.
77' A rare sight at goal for Ecuador as Velasco tries his luck from distance, and why not. He doesn't quite get the contact right, however, as Muslera can watch is sail comfortably over the bar.
75' L. Torreira enters the game and replaces N. Lodeiro.
A second change of the match for Uruguay sees Arsenal midfielder Torreira coming on to replace Lodeiro, scorer of the game's first goal.
72' There seems to be an opportunity for Ecuador to capitalise on here with Uruguay lulling themselves to sleep, almost. They've had such an easy go at it, that if La Tricolor can find a way to dig deep and make a late push, Uruguay might be caught off guard.
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