Costa Rica added three to three this Wednesday in the match corresponding to date 11. The visit made the only goal of the match at 16 minutes of the second half, through Joel Campbell. After receiving a pass from Celso Borges, the midfielder placed it from the large area to the right post and below. Impossible for the goalkeeper!
After receiving a pass from Celso Borges, the midfielder placed it from the large area to the right post and below. Impossible for the goalkeeper!
Costa Rica midfielder Celso Borges squandered the chance to open the scoring and go ahead by missing a penalty kick in the 60th minute of the second half.
Joel Campbell was the figure of the party. The Costa Rican midfielder was the author of 1 goal, hit 18 correct passes and finished off the goal 3 times.
Michail Antonio was also important. The Jamaican striker made 80 correct passes.
It was a game with many fouls and numerous interruptions. There was only one card, in the 12th minute of the first half Devon Williams received a yellow card.
Jamaica manager Paul Hall laid out a 5-3-2 strategy with Andre Blake in goal; Javain Brown, Ethan Pinnock, Adrian Mariappa, Richard King and Gregory Leigh on defensive line; Devon Williams, Bobby Reid and Ravel Morrison in the middle; and Andre Gray and Michail Antonio in attack.
For their part, those led by Luis Suárez stopped with a 5-4-1 scheme with Keylor Navas under the three sticks; Jeffrey Valverde, Juan Pablo Vargas, Francisco Calvo, Kendall Waston and Bryan Oviedo in defense; Gerson Torres, Yeltsin Tejeda, Celso Borges and Joel Campbell at midfield; and Adrián Martínez in the lead.
Referee Marco Ortiz Nava was selected to carry out the actions of the game.
On the next date, Jamaica will host El Salvador and Costa Rica will play at home against Canada.
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