Brazil and Ecuador clash in the 2016 edition of the Copa America on Sunday the fifth of June.
The 2016 Copa America, the 100th-anniversary edition of the world’s oldest international soccer tournament, will reignite Brazil and Ecuador’s regional rivalry on Sunday morning. On one side, you have the most successful soccer nation in the world and on the other; you have a team that is on the rise. This is a game between two different soccer philosophies and histories. Brazil have won all there is to win in international soccer while the Ecuadorians are relatively newcomers. Brazil will be using this game to get over their World Cup woes and make a fresh start under the new coach, Dunga, and his new-look team. Ecuador has been known to produce some very good players over the years and have now started to realize their true potential.