Was in superb form tonight, denying Benzema, Giroud and Griezmann with a number of important stops for his side. Was a thorn in the side of the French.
Struggled with the pace with Digne early on, but grew in confidence as the game progressed. Nevertheless, he failed to offer an attacking alternative for his side, which was pretty much penned in its own half.
Like Paredes, he struggled to get forward on occasions, but put in a strong defensive showing. Left pockets of space in which France attacked as the game began to stretch.
Fared superbly at the back, nullifying the French attack with key interceptions. Utilized his strength well.
Superb in the air. Lacked a bit of concentration at times but highlighted his worth with some fantastic defending.
Tussled with the likes of Pogba and Matuidi in the middle of the park, and kept the French at arm's length for the majority of the evening.
Picked up a second red card in four games for Ecuador for a challenge on Lucas Digne to cap a forgettable night.
Was largely quiet for much of the encounter, but his evening was summed up with a wayward strike late on. Let down by poor decision making.
Will rue his inability to test Hugo Lloris as he spurned two key opportunities. Fared well in midfield, but his profligacy remained a glaring highlight in this match.
Failed to replicate the form which has seen clubs from around Europe take notice after a blistering start in Brazil. Missed a number of opportunities, and failed to seriously trouble Lloris.
At times, utilized space superbly, but couldn't make an impact in the final third. Missed a key opportunity late on before being substituted.
Looked comfortable between the sticks, and made an important save from Enner Valencia towards the end of the first half.
The young PSG full back looked full of promise on the left wing, supplementing the attack well and combining with Griezmann to create chances for his side.
Another who was given the chance to impress, Koscielny rarely put a foot wrong during the encounter, going about his duties with ease.
In the side ahead of Debuchy, Sagna fared well - galloping forward on occasions, but still maintaining a calm defensive showing. His crossing was a distinct highlight.
Lucky to have even stayed on the field after an early elbow, but the Liverpool center back looked jittery and far from his best. Replaced by Varane in the second half.
Admittedly didn't look at his sharpest, but proved to be integral in the midfield. Calm in possession, he utilized the space left by the opposition to create key chances for his side.
The Juventus midfielder was tenacious in the middle of the park, drawing opponents closer as well as asserting himself in the challenges. Lacked a killer touch in the final third, however, as he missed an important header.
Despite being fielded in an unfamiliar role on the right wing, he impressed, showing great positional awareness and testing Dominguez with a neat volley.
A comfortable first international start from the Southampton midfielder, who improved as the game wore on. Broke up the opposition well in midfield, though he didn't offer much of an attacking presence.
Showed glimpses of quality, especially in the first half. Unlucky not to have scored, being denied by a great save by Dominguez. Tired quickly as the game wore on.
Despite a blistering start to this World Cup, the Real Madrid star just couldn't replicate his previous form. Marshaled well by an efficient Ecuadorian defense and foiled by an in-form Dominguez.
Came on for Sakho in the second half, and managed to shore up the defense well.
Replaced Matuidi in the second half to resurrect a flagging attack, but failed to beat an in-form Dominguez. Missed a fine chance in the final minute and was another caught up in an elbowing incident.
Highlighted great pace and awareness in a brief cameo appearance. Another one who was foiled by the goalkeeper, after a fine curling attempt.