Reggae Boys return home after disappointing draw
Jamaica's Reggae Boys are on their way home following Tuesday’s disappointing scoreless draw against Antigua and Barbuda in the second game of their semi-final round CONCACAF World Cup qualifying competition at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in St. Johns Antigua.
This leaves Jamaica second on goal difference in Group A behind the United States --- both on four points --- who were held to a 1-all draw by Guatemala.
Clint Dempsey gave the USA the lead in the 40th minute, but Marco Pappa levelled the score for Guatemala on 83 minutes.
Guatemala sits third in the group on goal difference over Antigua, despite both having one point each.
Jamaica will now host the United States at the National Stadium on September 7 in their next match while Antigua will visit Guatemala.
In other results, Panama maintained their 100 percent win record with a 1-0 triumph over Cuba in Panama City, Mexico also remained undefeated with a 2-1 win over El Salvador in San Salvador.
Three goals from Alvaro Saborio carried Costa Rica to a 4-0 victory over Guyana, while Canada and Honduras played out a goalless draw in Toronto.