2018 FIFA World Cup Dream Still Alive For Jamaica’s Young Reggae Girlz
On Friday Jamaica’s Under-17 Reggae Girlz earned a much needed win to keep their dreams of qualifying for the 2018 FIFA Under-17 Women’s World Cup alive.
The girls defeated Trinidad and Tobago 3-1 in their final Group F match of the CFU Championship in Haiti.
And the victory means that Jamaica finishes the group stage in second place with three points. The girls lost their previous game 3-2 against Bermuda two days earlier.
Jamaica fought valiantly for the victory after conceding a goal in the seventh minute. Team captain Monique Perrier equalised for Jamaica in minute 31.
Olufolasade Adamolekun followed up by notching a brace with goals in the 74th and 85th minute to propel the young Reggae girls to a comfortable victory.
Jamaica next faces Puerto Rico with a chance to qualify for the CONCACAF round of World Cup qualifiers.
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