Haiti – 2023 World Qualifiers : Our Grenadières crush Saint-Vincent and the Grenadines [11-0] (Video)
Sunday February 20, 2022 as part of the first elimination round for three major international events : the Australia & New Zealand World Cup 2023, the Paris 2024 Summer Olympics and the 1st edition of the women’s version of the Gold Cup in 2024, our Grenadières faced St-Vincent and the Grenadines on the synthetic turf of the Antonio Maceo stadium in Santiago, Cuba in a festive atmosphere where the public, mostly made up of Haitian students, warmly supported the Haitian team against a backdrop of Haitian music and songs…
After the first quarter of an hour where our Grenadières had a little difficulty in concretizing, ended up finding cohesion and it was Roselord Borgella (#22) on a pass from Milan Pierre Jerome (#16) who opened the scoring in the 20′ for Haiti [1-0].
2 minutes later still on a pass from #16, Sherly Jeudy (#9) scores at 22′ and sinks the score [2-0]. Kethna Louis (#20) on penalty scored the 3rd goal at 34′ [3-0]. Milan Pierre Jerome, closes the first period by scoring a 4th goal for Haiti at 44′ [4-0]
Back from the locker room, our Grenadières will be very offensive and merciless for the girls of St-Vincent and the Grenadines by scoring 7 additional goals Roselord Borgella at 51 ‘(double) at 51′ [5-0], Maudeline Moryl (#5) at 61′ [6-0], Milan Pierre Jerome (double) at 65′ [7-0], Roselord Borgella (triple) at 76′ [8-0], Chelsea Surprised (#2 ) at 80′ [9-0], Roseline Eloissaint (#11) one minute later 81′ [10-0] and Borgella (quadruplet) put an end to the debacle of the Saint-Vincent girls by scoring an 11th and last goal at 90’ [11-0]
Haiti with 2 matches and 2 wins https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-35988-haiti-2023-world-qualifiers-our-grenadieres-humiliate-honduras-[6-0]-video.html remains in leader of group E of the Concacaf zone with 6 points and 17 goals and 0 conceded tied with Cuba (6 points).
Summary of goals :
Roselord Borgella (#22) 20′, 51′, 76′ and 90′
Sherly Jeudy (#9) 22’
Kethna Louis (#20) 34’
Milan Pierre Jerome (#16) 44’ and 65’
Maudeline Moryl (#5) 61’
Chelsea Ariane Surpris (#2) 80’
Roseline Eloissaint (#11) 81’
Our grenadières will play the next two matches on April 4 against Cuba, a match which will be far from being a simple walk like the previous 2 matches, then against the American Virgin Islands on April 9, 2022.
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