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Haiti - FLASH : Haiti fails to qualify for the World Cup against Jamaica, the coach explains (Videos)
12/07/2022 07:20:57

Haiti - FLASH : Haiti fails to qualify for the World Cup against Jamaica, the coach explains (Videos)
This Monday, July 11, 2022, for the final qualifying match for the 2023 FIFA World Cup Australia / New Zealand, our Grenadières faced the Reggae Girlz of Jamaica on the lawn of the BVA stadium in Monterrey, Mexico.

If a draw was enough for our Grenadières to win a historic place in the World Cup, it was also necessary to manage the pressure and defeat the Reggae Girlz, despite the desire to win, nothing happened as the French coach had planned and Haiti to miss the chance to qualify directly for the World Cup by losing [4-0] against a solid opponent.

Haiti remains hopeful of getting its ticket to the World Cup since our Graenadières are qualified for the intercontinental play-offs in February 2023, a 10-team competition with three tickets to take for the final phase of the World Cup.

After a post from Dumornay at the start of the match, Khadija Shaw was behind the first goal scored by Trudi Carter who surprised goalkeeper Nahomie Ambroise with a sudden shot from a tight angle at 26' to open the scoring for Jamaica. [1-0]. Batcheba Louis managed to respond with a shot from the right at 30' but the danger of the duo Carter - Shaw persisted before the break.

Returning from the locker room Shaw will show her power with a shot outside the box at 58' [2-0] Haiti had an opportunity at 65' before the match switched to penalty situations. A first for a hand conceded by Constant on a shot at close range in the 70' sinks the score [3-0]. Seven minutes later, despite the VAR's call, the referee did not award a penalty for a foul on Dumornay at 77', at 79' a free kick at 25m on the right side struck by Trudi Carter who found his head at the far post of Drew Spence at 11 m who places the ball out of reach Nahomie Ambroise on his left [4-0]

Match summary :

Starting XI:
(#12) Nahomie Ambroise Anacaona FC (Haiti)
(#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

71’ Ruthny Mathurin replaced by #13 Bethina Petit-Frère Stade Brestois (France)
71’ Roselord Borgella replaced by #17 Mikerline Saint-Félix Montauban TGC (France)
81’ Sherly Jeudy replaced by #5 Maudeline Morly ASF Croix-des-Bouquets (Haiti)
81’ Nérilia Mondésir replaced by #15 Darlina Joseph Don Bosco (Haiti)

Explanation from French coach Nicolas Delépine :

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