Mexico defeated Ecuador 3-2 in an international friendly on Sunday in front of a raucous crowd at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
The game served as the final warm-up for both sides before their respective contintental tournaments. Ecuador will start Copa America play next week (watch all matches in the U.S. on ESPN+) while Mexico will kick off its Gold Cup campaign on Saturday.
The win also makes it four in as many matches since Gerardo "Tata" Martino took over as manager.
Mexico scored first in the 28th minute when Jonathan dos Santos weaved through the Ecuadorian defense for a booming shot from outside the penalty area.
El Tri took the lead into halftime, but the South Americans equalized shortly after play resumed when Angel Mena connected on a free kick.