Moises Caicedo and Ecuador beat Bolivia 3-1 in their penultimate friendly before heading off to the Copa America.

Chelsea’s midfield enforcer was named among the substitutes for the match in the US, after featuring against Argentina in a narrow 1-0 defeat three days earlier in Chicago.

Ecuador responded to their loss last time out by racing to a 2-0 lead after 25 minutes, with goals from Enner Valencia and John Yeboah, giving Caicedo’s side the advantage heading into the half-time break.

The 22-year-old would get his chance in the game when he was brought into proceedings in the 63rd minute for Jose Cifuentes in the middle of the park.

Jordy Caicedo would make it 3-0 to Ecuador from the spot after Janner Corozo was fouled, giving them an unassailable lead.

Heading into the final stages of the game, Bolivia did notch a consolation goal through Miguel Terceros, but it was too late as Ecuador secured the victory in the warm-up match.

After a final contest against Honduras on Sunday 16 June (8.30pm KO UK time), Caicedo and Ecuador will head to the Copa America where they will face Venezuela in their opening group game of the tournament.