Bermuda start second half 2-0 behind Jamaica in World Cup qualifier
Bermuda trail Jamaica 2-0 at half time in their Concacaf Women’s Qualifiers contest at Independence Park in Kingston, Jamaica.
Jamaica got their goals through forwards Jody Brown (21st minute), and Trudi Carter (30th).
Bermuda, who, on paper, suggested they were starting with a 4-4-2 formation, were set up in a 4-1-4-1 set-up by head coach Naquita Robinson.
It did little to nullify the Reggae Girlz’s attack as the Bermudians were under constant pressure throughout the first half.
Goalkeeper Micah Pond has had a difficult time dealing with crosses from the left side of her area, while the attackers have had no shots so far.
Bermuda can count themselves fortunate to not be trailing by a greater margin as Jamaica had two shots denied by the crossbar, while Khadija Shaw had another effort, off a mistake by Pond, cleared off the line.