Rising star Glasgow and Guyana turn attention to Bermuda
The second round of matches in Group B of League B of the 2022-23 Concacaf Nations League will take place on Tuesday (June 7), and Guyana’s Golden Jaguars will look to defend their first-place spot on home turf when they welcome Bermuda to the National Track and Field Centre, Leonora.
The two nations meet for their fourth all-time encounter in a series where each has one victory over the other and have drawn once.
The most recent encounter came in an international friendly on June 6, 2019, at the National Stadium in Hamilton, with a 1-0 victory in favor of Bermuda, thanks to a goal by Donte Brangman.
The other two meetings came in Group B of the second round of qualification for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Guyana won 2-1 in the first-ever encounter on September 6, 2011 in Georgetown and then two drew 1-1 on October 11, 2011 in Hamilton.
The Golden Jaguars return home after opening their campaign with a 2-1 comeback victory over Montserrat. A free-kick goal from 18-year-old Omari Glasgow equalised the encounter before the forward obtained the game-winner.
Bermuda played to a scoreless draw with Haiti. Goalkeeper Dale Eve had a match-high five saves to conserve the clean sheet and help his nation start their CNL debut in League B with a point.
Haiti and Montserrat will face off at the Felix Sanchez Olympic Stadium in Santo Domingo. This meeting will mark the first ever encounter between the two nations
Goalkeepers took the spotlight as Haiti came away with a scoreless draw in Bermuda. Alexandre Pierre posted four saves to keep his team in contention and come away with a clean sheet.
Montserrat will stay in Santo Domingo, site of their first group match, where they fell 2-1 to Guyana. The Emerald Boys were in the lead thanks to a 21st minute goal from Adrian Clifton, but a second half surge from the visitors spelled disaster. (Concacaf)