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President Rafael Correa, right, hands the national flag to Antonio Valencia, captain of Ecuadorian nationasl soccer team during a farewell ceremony in Quito, Ecuador, Monday, May 26, 2014. While Ecuador went undefeated at home, beating every opponent in Quito except Argentina, with whom they drew, it failed to win on the road drawing just three times. Even so World Cup Fever has gripped the country with Ecuadorians excited about their squad's third appearance in the tournament. (AP Photo/Dolores Ochoa)

President Rafael Correa, right, hands the national flag to Antonio Valencia, captain of Ecuadorian nationasl soccer team during a farewell ceremony in Quito, Ecuador, Monday, May 26, 2014. While Ecuador went undefeated at home, beating every opponent in Quito except Argentina, with whom they drew, it failed to win on the road drawing just three times. Even so World Cup Fever has gripped the country with Ecuadorians excited about their squad's third appearance in the tournament. (AP Photo/Dolores Ochoa)

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