October 21, 2020

At last… A POINT!

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Cayman Islands 1; Dominican Republic 1

The Cayman Islands football team has finally managed to get a point in their failed attempt to reach the World Cup finals.

A single goal by Mark Ebanks helped the national side record a 1-1 draw on Monday – and take their points tally from zero to one.

On Friday afternoon they were trounced 4-0 by the Dominican Republic away from home and the return leg offered only hope of another defeat.

But in front of a small crowd at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex they managed to secure their first and only point of the campaign.

Carl Brown, under pressure

It means they will not end the Road to Brazil without registering anything other than defeats along the way.

It’s been a disappointing campaign for Cayman and now piles the pressure on manager Carl Brown.

Since taking over in the hot seat four years ago the former Jamaican boss has lost 18 games, drawn six and won just two with a win percentage of less than 8%.

El Salvador top the group with Dominica in second place. Surinam, who also beat Cayman home and away, lie in third place.

 

 

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