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iciHaiti - League of Nations : The Grenadiers bow [1-0] face Curacao
08/09/2019 09:50:17

iciHaiti - League of Nations : The Grenadiers bow [1-0] face Curacao
Saturday, as part of the first day of the second round of the League of Nations of the Confederation of North America, Central America and the Caribbean (CONCACAF), our Grenadiers faced the national team of Curaçao (79th world ranking FIFA) and unbeaten at home for 4 years, in the first leg of the 15,000-seat Ergilio Hato Stadion Stadium in Willemstad (Curacao)

Faced with dominant Curaçao (58% possession of the ball) Grenadiers who had opted for a defensive strategy, Marc Colat fearing the Curaçaol, have resisted well. At half-time the score was [0-0].

However, despite attempts to counters, the Grenadiers failed to regain control of the game. At 68' Collas replaced the striker Hervé Bazile (#7, Le Havre AC/France) by Duckens Nazon (#9 , St Mirren / Scotland), a change that failed to avoid midfield pitch Elson Hooi in the 70' on a decisive pass by Juninho Bacuna who opened the scoring for Curaçao [1-0 ].

New changes for the Grenadiers at the 78' entry of forward Christiano François (# 15, Ottawa Fury, Canada) out of Derrick Étienne (# 11, FC Cincinnati, USA) and midfielder Zachary Herivaux (# 8, Birmingham Legion FC / USA) and Bryan Alceus exit (# 21, Paris FC / France). Changes that did not change the score, the Grenadiers bowing at the end of regulation time [1-0]

Tuesday, September 10 at the Sylvio Cator Stadium in Port-au-Prince, on a brand new artificial grass of last generation https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-d&q=28211 , our Grenadiers will face in return match again the curaçaolais, counting well take their revenge in front of thousands of peddlers came to savor a victory ...

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