Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz Beat The Soca Warriors In Friendly
Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz pulled off a 2-1 win away – against the Soca Warriors in an international friendly on Thursday night (August 24) at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Trinidad & Tobago.
Jamaica’s squad was comprised entirely of locally based players. On target for the Reggae Boyz were Jamiel Hardware in the 7th minute and Fabian Reid in the 57th via a deflected free kick.
The last time Jamaica played Trinidad and Tobago was in the final of the Caribbean Cup for 2014 where Jamaica won their 6th Caribbean Cup title after winning 4-3 on penalties.
23. Shaven Paul (GK), 2. Rosario Harriott, 3. Javain Brown, 4. Ladale Richie, 7. Jamiel Hardware, 9. Ewan Grandison, 10. Shamar Nicholson, 12. Michael Binns (capt.), 18. Marvin Morgan, 19. Ricardo Morris, 20. Fabian Reid
Substitutes: 13. Amal Knight (GK), 6. Kaheem Parris, 8. Alex Marshall, 11. Vishinul Harris, 14. Leonard Rankine, 15. Rondee Smith, 16. Jermaine Johnson,
Check out Michael Binn’s goal below:
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