I have the same problem and 1 long block replacement followed by a head gasket failure/replacement. Luckily I had purchased the 100,000 mile extended warrantee with a $100.00 copay. They also updated the software to control the coolant flow to prevent reoccurrence. Apparently the software change didn’t work as the 2nd failure happened after the update.Purchased new 2018 escape 2.0. Feb 2018. March 2019 engine failed due to coolant in the engine cylinders. Ford made warranty repair took 4 weeks . June 2020 engine failure. Coolant in the engine cylinders. Car has been at ford dealership for 6-1/2 weeks. Long block replaced at my cost of $8,388.38. So 2 and half years I will be on the third engine. Paying on a car I could not drive for 10 weeks. The 2.0 eco boost engine is defective due to its engine block design. Ford only answer to this flaw in long block engine replacement per TSB 19-2346. Sounds to me as an admission of guilt to the engine design. Ford needs to do the right thing and compensate their customers.