Suriname rally to stun Guyana in Scotiabank CFU Caribbean Cup

first_img Byers put Antigua ahead in the 43rd minute when he pounced on a ball which rebounded after Puerto Rico’s goalkeeper; Matthew Sanchez failed to hold onto a free-kick from 18 yards. The home side added to their advantage four minutes from regulation time when Smith picked-up a low pass on the edge of the six-yard box to tap home from close range. Playing without their charismatic midfielder Joshua Parker and forward Dexter Blackstock – both based in England – Antigua & Barbuda were more attacking in the second half. However, they failed to hit the back of the net in the early stages of the half, even after scoring opportunities were created. In other CFU third-round matches at the weekend, French Guiana beat St Kitts and Nevis one-nil and Martinique defeated Dominican Republic 2-1. ANTIGUA AHEAD Jaguars found a consolation goal a minute from full time when Lyle, left his goal to head in a corner kick, his first goal for Guyana in his first outing. Meanwhile, Antigua and Barbuda rebounded from a 0-3 thrashing from CuraÁao last week to pull off a two-nil win over Puerto Rico in the third round of the ScotiaBank Men’s Caribbean Cup football match at the Antigua Recreation Ground on the weekend. Goals from striker Peter Byers and substitute Stefan Smith, on either side of the break, fired the Benna Boys to victory and a chance to qualify for the final round of the CFU Cup and a place at next year’s Gold Cup. The Antiguans must now wait on results from the next leg of matches this week to know if they will advance to the next round as the best overall second place finishers. ST JOHN’S, Antigua (CMC):  An extra time brace from substitute Ivanildo Rozenblad inspired Suriname to a dramatic come-from-behind win over rivals Guyana in the third round of the Scotiabank Men’s Caribbean Cup football match at the Andre Kamperveen Stadium in Paramaribo on the weekend. The Surinamese prevailed 3-2 after 30 minutes of extra time following a one-all deadlock in regulation time. Marcel Barrington put Golden Jaguars ahead five minutes into normal time with a low right-footer from the top of the box. Mitchell Kisoor equalised after capitalising on a blunder in the 12th minute of the second half to setup the gripping extra time contest. Suriname grabbed the lead with two minutes remaining in the first half of extra time when Rozenbald tapped into an open goal after receiving a ball from the left flank. Four minutes into the second period of extra time Rozenbald struck again rifling his second goal past goalkeeper Kai Lyle at the near post. CONSOLATION GOALlast_img

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