Bermuda edge Barbados
Akeyla Furbert, Teyah Lindo and Deshae Darrell scored in the Bermuda women’s team’s 3-2 win over Barbados in the Concacaf Women’s Championship qualifiers last night.
Bermuda remain undefeated, having drawn 2-2 with host nation Guyana in their opening group E match on Wednesday, and face Surinam in their third and final game tomorrow.
Furbert handed her side the lead in the seventeenth minute but the Bajans fought back to level before half-time.
Lindo, who scored both goals against Guyana, struck after the interval before forward Darrell gave Bermuda a two-goal cushion.
Barbados pulled a goal back late on.
Guyana were scheduled to play Surinam in last night’s second encounter. The group winner will advance to the final round of the Caribbean region.
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