Reggae Boyz Stomped 5-2 By Saudi Arabia In Friendly
On Saturday Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz took on the kingdom of Saudi Arabia in an international friendly.
The encounter which ended 5-2 in favour of the sovereign Arab state was contested at the posh King Abdullah Sports City.
Saudi Arabia piled the pressure on Jamaica early getting their first goal in the 22nd minute courtesy of Salem Al Dawsari.
Hazza AL Hazza added one more in minute 37, followed by Salman Al Farj in the 44th, and Mohamed Al Berik in minute 48.
The Saudis got their fifth goal in time added courtesy of the substitute Abdulah Al Joui.
Jamaica’s two goals came inthe 35th minute via Jamiel Hardware and in the 68th via substitute Marvin Morgan.
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