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Source: China State Council Information Office

Angel Mena scored one goal and set up two others as Ecuador thrashed Colombia 6-1 in their 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier on Tuesday.
The result at Estadio Rodrigo Paz in Quito marked Ecuador’s third successive qualifying victory and left them second in the provisional 10-team South American zone standings.
Not since 1977, when Colombia lost 6-0 to Brazil at Rio’s Maracana stadium, have the Cafeteros conceded six goals in a World Cup qualifier.
It completed a wretched week for Carlos Queiroz’s men, who suffered a 3-0 loss to Uruguay in Barranquilla on Friday – their worst ever home defeat in an official match.
Robert Arboleda opened the scoring for the hosts in the seventh minute by turning smartly and sending a first-time volley into the bottom left corner after Moises Caicedo’s flicked header.
Mena struck two minutes later as he received a long ball from Xavier Arreaga and shimmied onto his left foot to drill a low shot past goalkeeper.
The Leon forward then turned provider with a clever run down the left and a precise cross that presented Michael Estrada with an easy tap in.
Ecuador were running rampant and Arreaga made it 4-0 by side-footing home a close-range volley after Robert Arboleda headed on Gonzalo Plata’s diagonal cross.
Colombia managed to stem the tide – if only temporarily – via a James Rodriguez penalty after Duvan Zapata was brought down by Arreaga just before halftime.
But Ecuador wrested back the initiative and Plata made it 5-0 when he played a slick a one-two with Mena before curling a left-footed effort that rebounded in off the far post.
The hosts were reduced to 10-men when Plata was handed a second yellow card for his excessive goal celebration.
But the numerical disadvantage did not halt the Tricolor’s momentum and Pervis Estupinan completed the rout in stoppage time with a fizzing 25-yard freekick that beat goalkeeper Camilo Vargas at his near post. 

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