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Batista's third-string Argentina made up of home-based
players drew 2-2 with Ecuador in a rain-drenched friendly in the
Atlantic resort city of Mar del Plata on Wednesday.
Midfielder Michael Quinonez put Ecuador, fielding a B side
drawn from their domestic league, ahead in the 26th minute when
he drove the ball past goalkeeper Juan Pablo Carrizo, making a
comeback having won 10 previous caps.
Racing Club team-mates Claudio Yacob, Argentina's holding
midfielder and captain, and striker Gabriel Hauche, with a lob
over the goalkeeper, scored three minutes apart later in the
first half to put the home side in front.
Ecuador equalized with a 68th-minute penalty converted by
Segundo Castillo as coach Reinaldo Rueda's team warm up for the
July 1-24 Copa America in Argentina.
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