Due to the minimum difference, Guatemala was left with the victory against Jamaica in the Pan American Stadium


Guatemala added three to three this Saturday in the match corresponding to date 1 of group H. The visit scored the only goal of the match at 44 minutes of the second half, through María Contreras. After receiving a pass from Keyla Romero, the midfielder placed her from the large area to the left post and below. Impossible for the goalkeeper!

Guatemalan midfielder Elisa Texaj squandered the opportunity to open the scoring and go ahead by missing a penalty kick in the 66th minute of the second half.

María Contreras was the figure of the party. The midfielder from Guatemala was the author of 1 goal.

Another relevant player in the match was Naylea Priego. The defender from Guatemala was important, for throwing 6 balls out of the danger area.

It was a game with many fouls and numerous interruptions. There were 3 cautioned: Shania Harris, Nevillegail Able and Zoe Vidaurre.

Jamaica coach Xavier Gilbert set up a 4-5-1 strategy with Liya Brooks in goal; Shania Harris, Zoe Vidaurre, Malia Atkins and Andrene Smith on defensive line; Peyton McNamara, Nevillegail Able, Chantelle Parker, Shaneil Buckley and Alexia Spencer in the middle; and Kameron Simmonds on offense.

For their part, those led by Edy Espinoza stopped with a 4-4-2 scheme with Fabiola Montenegro under the three sticks; Lesly Ventura, Naylea Priego, Jezmin Castellanos and Jemery Myvett on defense; Dina Polanco, Daniela Xiquin, Elisa Texaj and María Tarrago in midfield; and Keila Tiriquiz and Celsa Cruz up front.

The referee Mirian León was selected to carry out the actions of the game.

On the next date, Jamaica will visit Cuba and Guatemala will play at home against Haiti at the Pan American Stadium.

Note and image source: DataFactory




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