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Bobby Reid is Sole Jamaican in September’s Concacaf Nations League A Best XI

Reggae boy Bobby Reid has claimed a spot on September’s Concacaf Nations League A Best XI, standing as the sole representative from Jamaica.

Jamaica, competing in Group B against formidable opponents Honduras and Haiti, wrapped up the international window with four points, thanks in large part to Bobby Reid’s invaluable contributions.

The gifted forward’s impressive display included a crucial penalty goal in Jamaica’s thrilling 2-2 draw against Haiti and an assist that paved the way for Demarai Gray’s game-winning strike against Honduras.

Notably, Reid also had a goal incorrectly ruled offside against Honduras.


Haiti’s Don Louicius, who made a significant impact with a brace against Jamaica, and Panama’s Jose Fajardo are also included.

Fajardo’s inclusion was underpinned by his noteworthy performance, which featured a goal in Panama’s commanding 3-0 victory over Martinique and a remarkable 91% passing accuracy throughout his 161 minutes on the pitch.

The midfield quartet of the Best XI comprises Cuba’s Willian Pazo, Honduras’ Edwin Rodriguez, Panama’s Adalberto Carrasquilla, and Trinidad and Tobago’s Ryan Telfer.

Solidifying the defensive backbone of the team are Carlos Vasquez of Cuba, Trinidad and Tobago’s Aubrey David, and Guatemala’s Jose Morales, forming an organized and reliable backline that complements the team’s attacking prowess.

Notably, Cuba’s standout goalkeeper, Raiko Arozarena, claimed the title of the Best Shot Stopper for the month of September.

Arozarena notched two clean sheets, along with an impressive tally of seven saves and three crucial clearances over the course of two matches.

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