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Haiti - 2023 World Cup Qualification : Haiti crushes Mexico [3-0], a historic victory
08/07/2022 06:21:16

Haiti - 2023 World Cup Qualification : Haiti crushes Mexico [3-0], a historic victory
Thursday July 7, 2022, for their second qualifying group match for the FIFA World Cup, Australia and New Zealand 2023 and the Paris Olympics 2024, our Grenadières faced Mexico on the lawn of the BVA of Monterrey in Mexico

A match that will remain in history, our girls winning [3-0] against Mexico, this is the first time that Haiti has won in all competitions and all categories against a Mexican team.

Nicolas Delépine. the French coach confident in the abilities of his team made only one change in the starting lineup and replaced in goal Lara Larco Sunrise Prime FC (USA) by Nahomie Ambroise Anacaona FC (Haiti)

Starting XI :
(#12) Nahomie Ambroise Anacaona FC (Haiti) (replaces Lara Larco, Sunrise Prime FC (USA)
(#2) Chelsea Surprised: Yzeure FFA (France)
($3) Jennyfer Image: Grenoble Foot 38 (France)
(#6) Melchie Dumornay: Stade de Reims (France)
(#7) Batcheba Louis: Gpso Issy (France)
(#9) Sherly Jeudy: FC Nantes (France)
(#10) Nérilia Mondesir: Montpellier HSC (France)
(#14) Claire Constant: Virginia Girls (USA)
(#20) Kethna Louis: Stade De Reims, (France)
(#21) Ruthny Mathurin: AS Tigresses (Haiti)
(#22) Roselord Borgella: Gpso Issy (France

Goals scored by:
Roselord Borgella 14' (Penalty) [1-0]
Nérilia Mondesir 67' (Penalty) [2-0]
Sherly Jeudy 78' (free kick) [3-0]

After Sherly Jeudy's goal Nicolas Delépine took the opportunity to make 5 changes to play his reserves by bringing in:
1 - Maudeline Moryl ASF Croix-des-Bouquets (Haiti) and take out Melchie Dumornay
2 - Bethina Petit-Frère Stade Brestois (France) and out Ruthny Mathurin)
3 - Darlina Florsie Joseph Don Bosco (Haiti) and out Nérilia Mondésir, Milan Raquel
4 - Pierre-Jérôme Maryland Terrapins (USA) and out Chelsea Surprised
5 - Mikerline Saint-Félix Montauban TGC (France) and exit Roselord Borgella

Ranking :
1 - Mexico (13 goals) 7 points
2 - Haiti (3 goals) 5 points
3 - Trinidad (-2) 4 points
4 - Suriname (-14) 0 points

With this splendid victory for the Grenadières, the national team will only need a parity score against Jamaica to confirm its qualification for the Australia-New Zealand World Cup 2023.

Next and last game :
Monday July 11, 2022:
Jamaica vs Haiti
BVA Stadium 9:00 p.m.

Let's remember that the first two of each group will qualify directly for the Women's World Cup, while the two third will qualify for the intercontinental play-offs, a ten-team competition with three tickets to take for the final phase of the World Cup.

The winner of the CONCACAF Women's Championship 2022 will qualify directly for the Olympic Games Paris 2024. The second will face the third to obtain the other ticket of the zone.

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