Mexico's game against Chile proved to be an incredibly exciting 3-3 draw which saw what is essentially their 'B' team tackle the hosts (and one of the favourites for the title) with a ferocity that might not have been expected from a visiting team who are not part of this confederation. Charismatic coach Miguel Herrera was keen to highlight his team's marked improvement since their opener against Bolivia where they drew 0-0, and if they play against Ecuador in the same way, they would surely come out on top, leaving them in a great position to progress. Ecuador's 2-0 loss to Chile in their opener perhaps flattered the tournament hosts, and they won't be easily beaten, in particular given that they will be playing for pride here and won't want to head home with a record of three losses in a row.