Honduras vs Haiti: Pre-Game Coverage, Live Coverage, Video Highlights – Game Re-cap
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Update: July 13, 2015 Honduras National Team Coach Jorge Luis Pinto, has announced the eleven starters (listed below) for the match vs Haiti being played later this afternoon at 5:00 PM Honduras Time. The match will be played in Kansas City, USA Sporting Park. Coach Pinto also announced that he will change the lineup of the team for more aggressive play by converting from a 5-4-1 lineup to a 4-4-2 strategy. Honduras needs to defeat Haiti in order to stay alive in the 2015 Gold CUp.
Final Score Honduras 0 Haiti 1
Honduras has been eliminated from the remainder of the 2015 Gold Cup
Honduras Starting Lineup: Donis Escober, Maynor Figueroa, Wilmer Crisanto, Brayan Beckeles, Johnny Palacios, Luis Garrido, Alfredo Mejía, Andy Najar, Mario Martínez, Erick Andino and Anthony Lozano
Donis Escober, Maynor Figueroa, Wilmer Crisanto, Brayan Beckeles, Johnny Palacios, Jorge Claros, Alfredo Mejía, Andy Najar, Mario Martínez, Erick Andino y Anthony Lozano.
Johny Placide, Jean Alcenat, Jerome Mechack, Kim Jaggy, Frantz Bertin, Wilde Guerrier, Kervens Belfort, Pascal Millien, Kevin Lafrance, James Marcelin, Duckens Nazon
First Half over Honduras 0 Haiti 1 Goal at minute 13 by Duckens Nazon – Haiti
Second Half Regulation Time over Haiti Leads Honduras 1 – 0
After 2 minutes 20 seconds of Extra Time Haiti has defeated Honduras by a score of 1 – 0
Honduras has been eliminated from the remainder of the 2015 Gold Cup!
Honduras vs Haiti Video Highlights (See below for Live Play by Play / Commentary)
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Previous Honduras vs Haiti Games:
Haiti lost to Honduras on Monday night in Montego Bay by a final score of 3-2
Honduras opened the scoring early with a 5th-minute goal from Alberth Ellis, who found himself alone between Herivaux and one of his defensive partners to head home an excellent whipping cross dealt in by Junior Lacayo. Chirinos then got a goal in the 38th minute after Haiti goalkeeper Guitho Charles whiffed on a cross and allowed Chirinos to simply bundle the ball home.
Haiti mounted a spirited comeback, though, lead by their star of the tournament, Jonel Desire. The forward first pounced on a horrific back-pass by Luis Santos just outside the box and smashed home his first goal of the match. In the 68th minute, he buried the rebound from his own penalty kick to level the scores in a dramatic comeback.
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