(CFU) ScotiaBank 2016 Caribbean Men’s Cup Championship…
A scene from last evening’s game In Paramaribo (Faizal Khan Photo)
A scene from last evening’s game In Paramaribo (Faizal Khan Photo)

Guyana tamed 3-2 by Suriname

Guyana’s Senior National Men’s team, the Golden Jaguars,suffered a 3-2 defeat at the hands of their Surinamese counterparts when third round action in the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) ScotiaBank 2016 Caribbean Men’s Cup Championship commenced.
Guyana opened the scoring through Marcel Barrington in the 5th minute, a lead which they held throughout the first half before the Surinamese,through Mitchell Kissor,drew level in the 57th.
Both teams pushed to find that extra step to give them the lead but it would take the first bout of extra time before Suriname took the lead for the first time in the game through a goal from Galgyto Talea in the 105th minute.
They increased their lead just four minutes later through Ivanildo Ronzenblad and effectively ended the game for the Jags, whose consolation goal came through Kai McKenzie-Lyle in the final minute.
Guyana now return home to host Jamaica on Tuesday at the National Track and Field Centre at Leonora.


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