Could have commanded his box with more authority - both of Valencia's goals came from very close range.
Avoided a booking after some tough tackles, but he was a warrior at the back for the Central Americans.
Kept Montero in his pocket all game long, and really locked down his flank.
Lost sight of Valencia running in behind him to tap in Ecuador's opening goal.
Was having a decent game, but was hauled off at the interval by his coach.
A solid two way game from the midfielder, who replaced Palacios in the starting XI. Defended well, and was efficient with his passing.
Had a few purposeful runs deep down the flanks, but when it came time to make a decision on the ball, he often came up short.
Did not often have control of events in the middle of the park. Struggled to stop the opposition.
Muscled his way about in the middle, but his quality on the ball was really lacking.
A fantastic finish opened the scoring, and he was the focal point for almost every other Honduran attack. Hit the post to boot.
Saw a goal disallowed and was shown a yellow card, but otherwise, he was not much of a factor up top.
Could not help Costly's opener, and made every other save when called upon.
Out-jumped with too much ease by Costly for his opener. Did not look sure of himself after that.
With Montero and Valencia both quiet on the flanks, he an Paredes took on the responsibility out wide. Set up Valencia's late goal.
A magnificent offensive display from the right back, who created countless chances for his side. Did his job defensively to boot.
Held up his end at the back, keeping Bengtson at bay for most of the game.
Offered little in the way of an attacking threat, but did not stop running to cover Paredes for an instant.
Seemingly everywhere in the middle of the park, breaking up play and moving the ball forward regularly.
Somewhat conservative in the middle of the park compared to Noboa.
With his team facing elimination, he came up with the goods. Prodded home from close range, and nodded in a free kick in the second half to give his team a crucial three points.
Worked hard to provide support to Valencia up front, but he didn't get much goalscoring chances of his own.
Like Valencia on the opposite flank, he struggled to breach the opposition ranks, and spent his time on the periphery of the game.