Trio hit late winners
Elias Hernandez pounced on a late mistake by Colombia goalkeeper David Ospina to earn Mexico a 1-0 win in Monterrey.
El Tri attacked from the off and had their first chance in the tenth minute, when an Andres Guardado free-kick was well saved. In the 25th minute, a shot by Giovani Dos Santos came back off the bar and Javier Hernandez could not connect with the rebound.
After the break Dos Santos had one other chance from a cross by Elias Hernandez.
The match was heading for a draw when Mario Yepes fouled Carlos Vela just outside the box. Enrique Esqueda took the free-kick and the Colombian keeper failed to hold the ball, allowing Elias Hernandez to pounce for the only goal of the game.
The hosts, who had lost their last two friendlies, showed some good movement and created several goal chances. Fedor had an early shot before Quiroz sent the ball just over the bar.
Venezuela's keeper Dani Hernandez also had a good first half, saving three clear chances from the Ecuadorians. After the break, Getafe's Fedor wasted a chance when in front of the visitors' keeper, and later Salomon Rondon headed wide. Finally, in the 86th minute, Fedor headed home the winner.
Jamaica improved and came close to going ahead but they wasted a couple of good chances. In the 83rd minute, Jose Fernandez - who had came off the bench only six minutes earlier - headed in a cross from Juan Vargas for the winner.