Honduras humble Guyana 3–0 at CONCACAF U-17 Championship

first_imgGUYANA’S U-17 team suffered another defeat at the CONCACAF Championship yesterday, falling 0-3 to Honduras, played at the IMG Academy (Field 11), Bradenton, Florida. The Sampson Gilbert-coached unit had lost their opening game of the tournament 4-0 when they came up against El Salvador, and were hoping for at least a credible performance against another Central American side, but, things didn’t go in their favour.Guyana trailed at the end of the first half 0–1, when forward Jeffrey Miranda netted for Honduras in the 14th minute.In the second stanza, Guyana were reduced to 10 men, after Shannon Samnauth picked up his second ‘yellow’ of the already lopsided affair in the 61st minute.Honduras capitalised on the wounded Guyanese team, who saw Miguel Carrasco net the game’s second goal in the 64th minute, while Miranda completed his double when he found the back of the net in the 67th minute, to give Honduras their first win of the tournament, since they lost 0-2 to Haiti in their first game.Guyana will play their final Group G game against the undefeated Haiti tomorrow at 10:00hrs. (Rawle Toney)last_img

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