October 22, 2021

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Jeremy Sarmiento made his debut for the Ecuadorean national team.  In a 3-0 win over Bolivia in the Qatar 2022 qualifiers |  football |  Sports

Jeremy Sarmiento made his debut for the Ecuadorean national team. In a 3-0 win over Bolivia in the Qatar 2022 qualifiers | football | Sports

The ex-Charlton Athletic and Benfica invite was finally launched in September 2021 through the Tricolor Technical Secretariat.

Jeremy Sarmiento is actually from Ecuador! The 19-year-old winger, born in Madrid and raised in England, Thursday October 7, made his official debut as a player in the absolute national team in the 3-0 win over Bolivia on the eleventh day of the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

The dream of many came true when, after 63 minutes of the match, Gustavo Alvaro made two changes: Sarmiento for captain Ener Valencia and Joao Rojas for Angel Mina.

With the number 18 on the back, the Brighton player from the Premier League was present in the right sector, accompanying Gonzalo Plata, but after three minutes he moved to the left wing where he quickly consolidated and dared to catch the ball.

After several unsuccessful attempts by the under-20 team to cite him (since 2019), the first team limited the arrival of the ‘English’ to Ecuadorian soil, marking the call for the treble matches in October.

The invitation of the former Charlton Athletic and Benfica was finally issued in September 2021 through the technical secretariat of Tricolor which banned the player, that is, it informed Brighton of the invitation by Alvaro to come to the country of origin of his parents.

Jeremy was born in Madrid on June 16, 2002. He trained in England from the age of 13 to 18. In addition, he defended the Three Lions jersey in different categories: U-16, U-17 and U-18.

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Jorge Celico, coach of the Ecuadorean youth team, revealed last year that in 2019 FIFA was called up and called ‘English’ to invite the national under-17 team, but this was not accepted at that time by the club that was the owner of his team. Rights, Benfica Portugal. In those days, Ecuador was preparing to play the World Cup in the Brazil category.

“It’s really ours” was heard in the 63rd minute from an excited interviewer who was still in the press box at Monumental Stadium. (Dr)