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Topic - Quito
Reinaldo Rueda couldn't control the tears when Ecuador striker Christian Benitez died suddenly from a heart problem last July.
Ecuador's achievement of reaching its third World Cup was overshadowed by the death of striker Christian Benitez midway through qualifying, and filling the void he left will be the team's biggest challenge in Brazil.
Ecuador coach Reinaldo Rueda has selected three young European-based players for his 30-man preliminary squad for the World Cup.
Defender Cristian Ramirez of Fortuna Duesseldorf and midfielder Carlos Gruezo of Stuttgart were some of the surprise names in Ecuador's squad for its World Cup warm-up against the Netherlands on May 17 in Amsterdam.
Paul McCartney's first concert in Ecuador was also his highest to date.