Aside from picking the ball out of his own net, the goalkeeper didn't have a great deal to do throughout the contest. Made one smart save from a late deflected free kick.
Broke down the left-hand side rather well, offering width and distribution. Delivered a brilliant set piece for Mehmedi's equaliser and put the ball on a plate for the winner.
S. von Bergen
Made a couple of nervy clearances and didn't look the most solid of the Swiss back four.
Tenacious and hard-working down the right-hand side, constantly offering width and an outlet for his team while he battled Montero until his withdrawal.
Partly responsible for Ecuador's opener, as he allowed for his man to escape him and didn't then pick up Enner Valencia. Made up for it with several good challenges.
Wasn't afraid to shoot from range and looked tidy in possession, but didn't show any kind of end product.
Gave away possession needlessly on many occasions, as the Swiss captain looked slightly out of sorts. Battled until the end, however.
Had a very disappointing first half, failing to see much of the ball or get the beating of Paredes. Taken off at half-time.
Sat in midfield, was occasionally beaten for pace, but broke up play fairly well and played simple passes. Made a great late challenge before breaking upfield to set up the move for Seferovic's winner.
Saw a goal wrongfully disallowed, after picking up the ball via a dummy from Xhaka and firing beyond the helpless Dominguez. Offered little impact otherwise.
Wasteful with his set-piece deliveries but was exciting in between the lines. Fired into the side netting despite poor service in the last half-hour.
Occasionally looked a little bit nervy, but claimed several crosses excellently. Not the most convincing of outings, though, with both goals fired in from the six-yard box.
Powerful and committed on the right-hand side, ensuring that the left of Switzerland's midfield was quiet throughout. Drove forward whenever possible.
Made a few required clearances, but couldn't get across the front of the Swiss substitute to prevent the late winner.
Couldn't deny Seferovic in stoppage-time, after a fairly solid performance throughout.
Struggled to deal with the overlapping Lichtsteiner at times, but wasn't beaten on too many occasions.
Worked hard but failed to carve out any opportunities for his side, though his cut-back almost created a late winner.
Sat in defensive midfield but released the likes of Valencia and Montero with some good passing.
Dragged out of position in central midfield as Switzerland continued to break down the left-hand side, meaning that he was forced to have unwanted defensive responsibility.
Rose brilliantly to nod home Ecuador's first goal of the tournament and had a few half-chances, but faded.
Used his pace to cause some problems down the left-hand side, always positive and keen to try and beat his man. Had a couple of half-chances.
Used his strength to bustle into the penalty area on various occasions, but became isolated in the second half.
Scored within moments of coming on, rising brilliantly to head home a Rodriguez corner at the near post.
Didn't contribute much to all-round play, other than to hold up the ball on a couple of occasions, but turned home Rodriguez's near-post cross to gift Switzerland a winner.