Trinidad and Tobago’s World Cup dream fading

first_imgTrinidad and Tobago’s dream of making a second World Cup appearance is fast becoming a nightmare after a listless 1-0 home loss to CONCACAF hexagonical group leaders Mexico on Tuesday.Diego Reyes’ sealed victory for the Mexicans with a second-half header, to send his team clear on nine points. Trinidad and Tobago were regulated to cellar dwellers on three points as a result.Reyes, scored his first international goal off a Miguel Layun corner.The Mexicans were not without luck however as  a  first half strike by Trinidad and Tobago’s Joevin Jones was incorrectly ruled offside. Just after 30 minutes, Jones was sent through down the left and drove home from an acute angle, but the officials would have none of it.Mexico gradually gained the ascendancy in the second half and semed to turn off the throttle after Reyes opened the scoring.Mexico made five changes to the team which beat Costa Rica on Friday, while, the hosts made just one change, brining in Aubrey David to replace Carlos Edwards in defence.The visitors went close to opening the scoring in the 18th minute when Hernandez and Raul Jimenez combined, but the former missed the target with his header.In other CONCACAF qualifying matches the United States and Panama drew 1-1 and Honduras and Costa Rica finished with the same result. read more

Marko Mišić is the new player of Vitez

first_imgFootball club ‘Vitez’ has managed to qualify to BIH Premier League by becoming the first team of the First League of FBiH and now they are planning to acquire new players, reports sportsport.baTheir newest addition to the team is Marko Mišić, who used to play for Olimpic from Sarajevo.This 20 year old midfielder left Olimpic because he was not satisfied with the number of minutes he spent playing and now he’s moving to Vitez.Mišić added that he hopes Vitez will play well in the Premier League and that it will achieve good results.last_img read more