0-2: Jamaica strikes Honduras
The Jamaica team sent the Honduras team to the last place in the octagonal final of the Concacaf for the World Cup in Qatar by defeating it at home 0-2
The Jamaican team sent Honduras to last place in the Concacaf octagonal final for the World Cup in Qatar on Wednesday by defeating it at home 0-2 in a match of the sixth day played at the Metropolitan Olympic Stadium, in San Pedro Sula.
The H has only added three points, while Jamaica, which now has 5, went from last place to penultimate.
Pressured by their local condition and the need to win, Honduras came out in search of victory and exercised relative dominance over Jamaica in the first five minutes, but the rival began to worry with quick counterattacks.
The Caribbean team, with a game of deep pitches from their own area, played the error of the locals.
And soon he began to disturb goalkeeper Luis López through Kemar Roofe, Junior Flemings and Damion Lowe.
Honduras was trying to get out of the center of the field, with balls that filtered into the area to Alberth Elis and Ángel Tejeda, their attackers at the top, but with a lot of imprecision and even despair on the part of several of their players.
Jamaica, also looking for their first win, continued to prowl the Honduran area and in the 37th minute they took advantage of a defensive oversight and began to win with a goal from Kemar Roofe, and with a 1-0 lead they entered the break.
In the second half, the poor performance of Honduras continued to be evident, with few arrivals on the wings, and in the air game their intentions were controlled by the high Caribbean defenses, who attacked with four men, although without effectiveness.
The few shots from Honduras, besides being soft, were easy for Jamaica goalkeeper Andre Blake.
The Hondurans had more the ball but their attackers seemed prey on the nerves in the area of the visiting team, which left the catrachos in a coma in the Concacaf tie, sunk in last place with three points in six games.
In the 78th minute Oniel Fisher scored the 0-2 in favor of Jamaica against a Honduras with a crowd clamoring for the departure of the coach of the Central American country, the Uruguayan Fabián Coito, who was seen at the end of the day. game, he enters the field to greet his players, perhaps saying goodbye as his helmsman.
With the victory, Jamaica moved to seventh position, with five points.