Late goal downs Valencia's Ecuador

Enner Valencia played 90 minutes as Ecuador were beaten 1-0 by the USA
Enner Valencia's Ecuador were beaten 1-0 by the USA in a Copa America warm-up match on Wednesday night.

The South Americans faced the tournament's hosts in Texas but a last minute strike by Darlington Nagbe of the Portland Timbers saw the States grab the victory.

Hammers striker Valencia played 90 minutes in the final game before the competition kicks-off next month for the Yellows, who will go up against Brazil, Haiti and Peru in Group B of the tournament which is the first to be held outside South America.
Despite the defeat, Valencia remains confident his side can progress from the group stages.
He said: “I had a short time with my family after the season with West Ham finished and then we started preparing for the Copa America.
“We are in a group with a massive team in Brazil, but we have a very good chance to get through to the next stage because Ecuador is doing very well in qualification for the 2018 World Cup.
“We also have Peru and Haiti in our group and we hope to have a very good Copa America. It will be played in the United States, too, where I scored against England, so I am looking forward to it very much!”
Ecuador kick-off their campaign against five-time World Cup winners Brazil in California on 4 June, before heading to Arizona to take on Peru four days later. Their final group stage game against Haiti is in New Jersey on 12 June.
They are currently joint-top of the South American qualification standings, with only Uruguay keeping apace at the summit with 13 points.