The Jaguars attacked the visitors’ goal in deadly earnest. The Jaguars brought their full artillery but their 90-minute bombardment failed to produce a single goal!
The Jaguars now find themselves in a must-win situation as they traveled Thursday, March 26 to the Caymans, for the rematch in Grand Cayman on Sunday, March 29. That match will go into extra time and penalties if necessary; as there must be a winner who will then advance to the next round for a similar home-and-away away against Dominica in the Windward Islands.
The winners of that second round series will then advance to the third round, where they will face powerhouses like El Salvador, Guatemala, Jamaica’s Reggae Boys and Trinidad’s Soca Warriors.
Belize is currently ranked as a #23 team of the top 35 teams competing in the World Cup qualifiers. Cayman Islands ranks #33
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