El Salvador’s rival, Haiti, the U-23, beat Mexico 15-0

The Haitian U-23 team, El Salvador’s rival in the pre-Olympic Guadalajara, scored a scandalous victory over a Mexican team of fans 15-0, according to what was published by the Spanish newspaper “ACE” in its electronic version.

The match was held at Silvio Cator Stadium, in Port-au-Prince, and the Caribbean was practically a goal feast against the “Mexican Amateurs”, as the team was named.

The win boosts Haitians’ optimism a few days before their trip to the Olympic qualifiers.

The star of the day was Stephenson Judy, a newcomer to the old tiger, who was rubbing his hands with his hand to score goals.

Roberto Badiou Luema and Clifford Thomas also signed a double, while Peterson Joseph, Al Yader Dorless, Michy Nider Sherry Danley Jean Jacques, Dennelson Pierre and Duterson Clervo helped the National Eleven team narrow the gap with one goal each.

The Haitian national team will make its debut on Friday, March 19 against Honduras, then face Canada and close the group stage against El Salvador, which will arrive with five legions, including Enrico Duñas, of Vetese, Dutch, and Joshua Perez, of UD Ibiza, second division, Spain.

Concacaf Pre-Olympic will award two tickets to the Olympic Games Tokyo 2021.


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