Sports Max – Guyana defeated Puerto Rico to take a stronger hold of first place in Group D of League B as the 2023–24 Concacaf Nations League continued on Saturday.
Omari Glasgow obtained his fifth goal this season to become the sole leader atop the scoring chart in League B. Guyana’s victory gives it a three-point gap over second-place Puerto Rico with a repeat encounter coming on Tuesday.
Javorn Stevens earned a brace to give Antigua and Barbuda its first three points.The Bahamas continues searching for its first point as it moves down to last place in the group.Guyana came back to win 3-1 against Puerto Rico at the SKNFA Training Centre in Basseterre, Saint Kitts and Nevis.
Both teams entered this match undefeated in the group and it was Puerto Rico who took the lead in the 11th minute on a goal from Leandro Antonetti
.Darren Rios supplied the cross past the right post to find Antonetti for his first goal of the tournament.
Antonetti nearly extended the lead in the 47th but his attempt inside the box curled just past the top post.Quillan Roberts came up with a big stop on Rios in the 56th to keep the score line within reach for Guyana.
Glasgow tied the match in the 60th from the penalty spot after Kelsey Benjamin was brought down inside the box on the previous play.Benjamin then gave Guyana the lead in the 63rd after capitalizing on a drive into the box by Liam Gordon.
Deon Moore put Guyana up by another in the 85th after stripping goalkeeper Joel Serrano and slotting home the goal that would secure the victory for the away side.
Bahamas vs. Antigua and BarbudaMeanwhile, Antigua and Barbuda earned their first win of its campaign with a 4-1 result against the Bahamas at the Thomas A. Robinson Stadium in Nassau, Bahamas.
Javorn Stevens opened the scoring in the third minute with a header inside the box. Raheem Deterville was key in winning an aerial ball to set up the assist from Joshua Parker.
Stevens didn’t have to wait long to get his brace after striking again in the ninth on a counterattack. Dion Pereira intercepted the ball to set up Stevens on the breakaway.
Thomas James Bramble increased the lead in the 43rd after stripping a defender and proceeding to strike from inside the penalty arc.
A thrown-in provided the opportunity for the Bahamas to get on the board in the 62nd as Wood Julmis converted off the service inside the box.
Antigua and Barbuda kept pressing for another goal and earned a penalty past the midway point of the second half.
Quinton Griffith converted from the spot in the 77’ to regain the three-goal lead.
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