Ecuador are pegged back deep in their own half....and referee Aguilar blows the final whistle and Bolivia secure their first Copa America win since 1997!
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Ecuador - Bolivia
Copa América - 16 June 2015
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SAVE: Cazares tries an effort from outside the area but Quinonez gratefully makes the stop.
Ayovi fouls Chumacero and Bolivia have another chance to waste some time.
Angulo fouls Coimbra in the Bolivia area and there is relief on the face of every player in a white shirt.
Can Bolivia hold on - this is a fine rearguard effort so far, but there are four minutes of additional time!
Miranda replaces striker Moreno, the third and final substitution for Bolivia.
SAVE: Cazares cuts inside from the left and shoots but Quinonez makes another fine stop.
Striker Daniel Angulo replaces defender Paredes for Ecuador.
HITS THE BAR: Noboa tries an effort from 30 yards that rocks the crossbar with Quinonez well beaten.
Paredes crosses but Chumacero cuts the ball out and clears. Every Bolivia player is within 30 yards for his own goal now.
Montero takes a tumble in the area but referee Aguilar rules no penalty.
GOAL: Ecuador 2-3 Bolivia. Bolanos rifles an effort from 30 yards over Quinonez and into the top corner for his third goal for his country.
The ball drops to Ibarra on the edge of the area, but his shot whistles over the bar.
Morales blocks Paredes down the right and Ecuador have another free-kick, but Zenteno does well to head clear...
Moreno tracks back and draws the foul from Montero, who is angry at the referee's decision to punish him.
Another foul by Hurtado on Montero - the Bolivia full-back needs to be careful as he is already on a yellow card.
Valencia is angry with himself as his free-kick sails high over the crossbar.
Danny Bejarano fouls Ibarra 30 yards from goal and Ecuador have a good chance to get back into the game.
Paredes fouls Coimbra on the edge of the area and Bolivia have a moment to regroup.
Cazares tries a wind-assisted shot from his own half that has Bolivia goalkeeper Quinonez scrambling.
Moreno gives a comforting pat to Erazo as the Ecuador defender goes down.
Another foul for Ecuador, and another substitution for Bolivia as Marvin Bejarano replaces Lizio.
Fortune for Bolivia as Hurtado seems to trip Valencia in the area but referee Aguilar sees it the other way.
The Bolivia goalkeeper is not exactly hurrying after each save, by the way.
Concerted pressure now from Ecuador - Quinonez is down to block an awkward shot from Noboa.
SAVE: Ibarra gets the ball down the right channel but Quinonez is down well to block the half-time substitute's effort.
Bolanos finds Montero down the left by Hurtado does well to check the attack and then goalkeeper Quinonez is out to catch Ayozi's cross.
Valencia runs down the right channel and keeps the ball in play and crosses but Hurtado crowds out Montero at the far post.
Montero swivels past Raldes down the left but there is no yellow shirt in the Bolivia box to attack the ball.
Montero fouls Chumacero down the right and a promising Ecuador attack is checked.
Good defending from Bolivia, with a bank of eight behind the ball. Moreno eventually wins the ball off Bolanos in midfield.
This is a first cap for the 25-year-old Coimbra.
Movement on the Bolivia bench as Soria takes off attacker Pedriel and brings on defender Cristian Coimbra.
Ibarra is quick down the right but Bolivia manage to clear.
Ayovi cuts back a free-kick from the left to Bolanos, but there is a brave block of a speeding ball by Hurtado which fells the Bolivia defender.
Renato Ibarra is on for Martinez down the Ecuador right, while Juan Cazares is on for Pedro Quinonez in midfield.
GOAL: Ecuador 1-3 Bolivia. Montero wins the ball by beating Hurtado down the left and the Swansea winger squares for Valencia to tap home.
SAVE: Quinonez flies through the air to keep out a dipping effort from Bolanos from Ayovi's throw.
Ecuador kick off the second half, and they have made two changes at the break.
The referee blows up for a half-time, and what a shock result so far. It's Ecuador 0-3 Bolivia at half-time.
Paredes crosses low for Valencia in the six-yard box but Raldes stands up tall to clear.
Noboa crosses and Montero hopes for a free-kick but Bolivia clear their lines and win a free-kick themselves.
Another yellow card, this time to Hurtado for a pull on Montero.
Montero crosses from the left but Quinonez punches clear and Morales completes the clearance.
Ecuador have been totally in charge of this match, and find themselves 3-0 down!
GOAL: Ecuador 0-3 Bolivia. Moreno slams an emphatic penalty past Dominguez high to the left.
Confirmation of yellows for Erazo and for Pedro Quinonez.
ANOTHER PENALTY: Frickson Erazo with a high challenge in the area on the onrushing Lizio and Aguilar blows up for a spot kick.
The Bolivia goalkeeper is down injured - he seemed to pull something making the save from Valencia. Just to confirm, Zenteno was shown a yellow card for his challenge.
PENALTY SAVE: Quinonez guesses right and beats out Valencia's unconvincing spot kick low to his right.
Valencia converts but Bolanos encroaches...and they have to take it again.
PENALTY: Referee Joel Aguilar says Edward Zenteno pulls back Valencia as the pair competed for a Montero cross from the left.
Valencia shows great pace to get in the area but Morales nicks the ball out of play.
Montero takes on Hurtado down the left and the Bolivia defender concedes the corner.
Bolivia coach Soria is a worried man as Ecuador have had a lot of possession in the last five minutes.
SAVE: Quinonez makes a superb save to deny Noboa's shot from 15 yards from Paredes' cut back.
Montero crosses deep towards Bolanos but Raldes and the rest of the Bolivia backline clear.
SAVE: Noboa chips a free-kick into the box and Valencia holds off Raldes, but Quinonez makes a sharp save.
Moreno flicks on to Smedberg down the left but Paredes does well to wrestle back possession.
SAVE: Pedro Quinonez makes space for himself down the right channel but Bolivia goalkeeper Romel Quinonez is quickly down to save.
Morales at the far post does well head clear Bolanos' corner.
Zenteno dives in on Valencia down the right-hand side of the area but gets the ball and concedes the corner.
Paredes sees an effort from the follow-up blocked.
Valencia recycles the second ball but Martinez is wild with his shot...
Montero gets the ball down the left side of the box following a chip pass by Martinez, but Hurtado clears
Bolivia goalkeeper Quinonez does well to cut out a cross from the left after Ecuador had broken through Valencia.
And what a finish by the Gothenburg midfielder....
GOAL: Ecuador 0-2 Bolivia. Smedberg strokes the ball into the corner of Dominguez's net from the edge of the box after brilliant work by Pedriel and then Moreno to rob Ayovi.
Valencia chases a ball down the right channel and gets a piece of goalkeeper Quinonez with his challenge.
Hurtado finds Pedriel down the right, but his centre is cut out by Achilier.
Martinez sets up Valencia on the left-hand side of the box but he cuts inside and Bolivia are able to get back and block.
Pedriel competes for a crossfield ball with Ayovi and the ball hits the Ecuador defender's hand, but it was a complete accident.
Valencia gets the ball out on the right flank but loses the ball and concedes the throw.
Raldes gets away with one as he wins the ball down the left flank and leaves Martinez on the floor.
Montero and Valencia combine well on the edge of the area but Noboa shoots well over the bar.
Erazo clears a free-kick into the box from Smedberg and Ecuador can get rid of the ball.
Gabriel Achilier heads over at the far post following a cross from the right following a looped free-kick into the box by Pedro Quinonez.
Where was the marking from Ecuador? I think it was Fidel Martinez's man but he let the Bolivia skipper drift past him.
GOAL: Ecuador 0-1 Bolivia. Bolivia win a second corner of the match, taken by Smedberg, and captain Ronald Raldes is completely unmarked to stoop and head the set-piece past Dominguez.
SAVE: Lizio concedes the first foul of the game, tripping Christian Noboa 30 yards out, and goalkeeper Quinonez does well to stop Miller Bolanos' free-kick from distance.
Ecuador are in thier usual yellow shirts, blue shorts and red socks, Bolivia are all in white and it is the Bolivians who kick off from right to left.
An incredibly tuneless rendition of the Bolivian national anthem, Bolivianos el Hado Propicio, ends to the relief of most listeners. And oh dear, the Ecuadorian one is also terribly sung. There's no Waddle and Hoddle in either team likely to threaten the hit parade.
Confirmation that Damian Lizio starts in midfield for Bolivia and Marcelo Moreno takes his place up front despite needing an ice pack for his injured foot following the 0-0 draw with Mexico.
"We believed that we had to try and win and we had three or four really good chances as the match developed," Soria said. "We need to put an emphasis on our recovery as we put in a strong, physical effort. We will face Ecuador and Chile with courage."
Bolivia held Mexico to a goalless draw on Friday in Vina del Mar, and Bolivia coach Mauricio Soria was delighted with his side's performance at the Estadio Sausalito
Ecuador coach Gustavo Quinteros expects his team to adapt and learn lessons in how to approach tournament football following the defeat to Chile. "It was a game that helped us draw a lot of conclusions and will help us grow as a team during the tournament," he said.
As previously mentioned, Ecuador suffered a 2-0 defeat to Chile in their first game of the tournament on Thursday, with Arturo Vidal (penalty) and Eduardo Vargas on the scoresheet for the hosts.
Here's that Ecuador change - we are just waiting for confirmation on that Bolivia line-up. The Ecuador football federation state that Damian Lizio starts in midfield for Bolivia, but some sources say Pablo Escobar starts.
And, after a quick correction, the Bolivia starting eleven is confirmed. I make that one change from the side that held Mexico to a goalless draw in their Group A opener, with Damian Lizio replacing Jhasmani Campos in midfield.
And the teams are in, with Ecuador making just one change from the side that lost 2-0 to Chile in their Copa America Group A opener, with Pedro Quinonez replacing his Emelec team-mate Osbaldo Lastra in midfield.
Hello and welcome to our coverage of the Copa America Group A match between Ecuador and Bolivia from the Estadio Elias Figueroa. This is Nick Royle (@nickaroyle) taking you through all the action from Valparaiso.