Saturday, November 17 on the grass of the National Stadium of Managua (capital of Nicaragua), in the system of the League of Nations of the Confederation of North American football, Central America and the Caribbean (CONCACAF) and after their triumphs overpowering [13-0 against St-Marteen https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-25499-haiti-class of-countries the-grenadiers-pummel holy person marteen-[13-0].html , then against St Lucia [2-1] https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-25862-haiti-football-our-grenadiers-win-against-st-lucia-[2-1]-in-a-troublesome match.html our Grenadiers won a triumph against the “Pinoleros” of Nicaragua [2-0].
All through the match our Grenadiers overwhelmed the field. In the main half Mikael Cantave at 13 ‘opened the scoring for Haiti [1-0] on an inadequately cleared ball by the Nicaraguan resistance.
In sixteenth moment, a Canadian judge ousted the Haitian number 7, Wilde Donald Guerrier, for striking Nicaraguan player Jaime Moreno in the face.
Derrick Étienne at 31′ on a header from Duckens Nazon, left zero chance to Nicaraguan goalkeeper Justo Lorente, strengthening the score for Haiti [2-0].
Despite the fact that dwarfed, our Grenadiers commanded the principal time frame against forceful “Pinoleros” who neglected to get through the strong Haitian resistance.
At half-time the score was [2-0] for Haiti.
After the break, our Grenadiers were better than the “Pinoleros” in all features of the diversion. Be that as it may, in spite of their endeavors Grenadiers couldn’t expand the score against the “Pinoleros” of Nicaragua who had the anger to win. In the 65’, pressures between the two groups : verbal animosity and squabbles between players broke out, a strained environment that won until the finish of the match to the score unaltered.
With 3 wins consecutively, Haiti drives the League of Nations with 16 objectives scored and 9, trailed by Cuba (second) with 14 objectives and 9 pts and Jamaica (third) with 11 objectives and 9 points.
Grenadiers 11 of flight :
Johny Placide (Oldham Athletic, United Kingdom)
Carlens Arcus (AJ Auxerre, France).
Ricardo Adé (Santiago Morning, Chile),
Mechack Jerome (Jacksonville Armada, Florida USA)
Brian Alceus (SGG Agreement, France)
Soni Mustivar (Neftchi Baku, Azerbaijan)
Kevin Lafrance (AEL Limassol, Cyprus)
Mikaël Cantave (CD Tropezón, Spain)
Wilde Donald Warrior (Qarabag FK, Azerbaijan)
Derrick Étienne Jr. (Red Bulls, New York USA)
Duckens Nazon (St-Truiden VV, Belgium)