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Dale Eve: Positioned himself well to make some incredible saves. Kept clean sheet with a point-blank save on the goalline with his body in the late stages. 8

Everthing under control: Dale Eve, Bermuda’s star man (Photograph by Blaire Simmons)

Danté Leverock: Marked the tall striker Carnejy Antoine for the entire game and challenged all aerial passes. Conceded a professional foul late in the game to deny a promising attack and was booked. Solid in defence. 7

Jalen Harvey: Solid at the back with firm and timely tackles. Stayed focused and defended well. 7

Reece Jones Jr: Similar to Harvey, Jones kept his concentration and played his defensive role with purpose. 7

Roger Lee: Supported the central defence from a holding position. Had some timely tackles, but gave away a few fouls in dangerous areas. Booked. 6

Lejaun Simmons: Played as a No 7 on the right of midfield but was mainly a defender as the Haitians concentrated their attacks down his flank. 6

Daniel Cook: Well played for a debutant. Played as a No 11 at left midfield. Settled in and handled the pressure as many attacks were attempted down his flank. Stamped his authority on the starting role. 7

Milan Butterfield: Never really looked settled. Had difficulty adjusting to the Haitians’ high press. Booked in first-half stoppage time and starting role could be in jeopardy. 4

Reggie Lambe: Attacking midfielder to support the front line. Missed a golden opportunity to put Bermuda ahead in the second half when goalbound shot was blocked by a retreating defender. 6

Kole Hall: Played up front with Nahki Wells and linked up well. Pressured defence to play wide instead of through the middle. 5

Nahki Wells: Held the ball up well to put pressure on opponents. Was targeted for rough play throughout and given little room. Missed golden chance to steal it at the end. 7


Kane Crichlow (for Hall, 53): Has speed but needed more composure. Played give-and-go with Wells to give him golden opportunity to score. Dribbled across goal when shot was on, then shot from angle when cross was better option. 6

Willie Clemons (for Butterfield, 54): Injected energy in midfield. Generate composed build-ups to open gaps in the Haiti defence. Impact player that initiated scoring chances in the second half. 7

Deniche Hill (for Simmons, 79).

Djair Parfitt (for Lambe, 87).

Substitutes not used: Detre Bell, Quinaceo Hunt, Jonté Smith, Rahzir Smith-Jones, Azende Furbert, Edry Moore, Enrique Russell.

Haiti (3-5-2): A Pierre 7 — A Christian 7, R Adé 7, B Alceus 6 — B Chevreuil 6 (sub: S Saba, 54 7), D Étienne Jr 7 (sub: F Christophe, 89), S Jeppe Friborg 6, L Pierre 6 (sub: C Sainte, 64 5), C Antoine 7 — C François 7 (sub: D Jean, 64 6), S Séance 6. Substitutes not used: J Placide, J Duverger, C Arcus, F Dulysse, A Appolon.

Referee: R Radix (Grenada).

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Published June 06, 2022 at 7:59 am (Updated June 06, 2022 at 7:46 am)

How Bermuda rated

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