Patricio Urrutia left soccer as a winner. On Saturday night he played in an exhibition match between Liga de Quito and the Ecuadorian National Team.
He wore both shirts and scored a penalty goal. The game served for Ecuadorian soccer team to perform its last preparatory match before playing against Peru in friday, in Lima, and four days later with Argentina in Quito, for the qualifiers to the World Cup Brazil 2014.
About 20,000 fans went to the White House for the farewell of one of the historical players of the institution and to see to their selection, that is, mathematically, five points away of going to the Ecumenical event.
Edgardo Bauza led ‘Liga de Quito’, integrated by the majority of players who won the Libertdores Cup 2008; while for Ecuador, DT Reinaldo Rueda used the team of the last games.
The game was developed in two times of 40 minutes and goals came in the second half in favour of the Tri, which with some modifications released its game and set the game no fire for the farewell of the fluminense player.