Two Reggae Boyz Named in Concacaf Nations League Finals Best Eleven

Reggae Boyz Michael Hector and Dexter Lembikisa have secured their places in the prestigious Concacaf Nations League Finals Best Eleven.

Hector’s commanding displays were pivotal in thwarting opponents’ attacks, as evidenced by his seven clearances over the course of two crucial matches.

Additionally, he exhibited versatility by not only thwarting offensive threats but also contributing offensively with a vital assist.

Meanwhile, Lembikisa seized the moment with a stunning display of skill, netting his maiden goal for Jamaica.


His thunderous left-footed strike in the third-place playoff against Panama secured victory for the Reggae Boyz, further underlining his impact on the team’s success.

Like Hector, Lembikisa showcased defensive solidity, tallying seven clearances and demonstrating his value across both ends of the pitch.

Their remarkable performances stood out amidst fierce competition, earning them well-deserved recognition alongside some of the region’s finest talents.

The Concacaf Nations League Finals Best Eleven also boasted a strong representation from the United States, with seven players making the cut, including the likes of Matt Turner, Tyler Adams, and Christian Pulisic.

Additionally, Mexican midfielder Edson Alvarez secured a place in the esteemed lineup.

Jamaica’s journey in the tournament culminated in a commendable third-place finish, marked by a hard-fought victory over Panama.

Meanwhile, the United States clinched the championship title for the third consecutive time, overcoming Mexico with a convincing 2-0 triumph.


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