Cayman Islands VS Portmore United

Cayman Islands VS Portmore United

 

Cayman Islands VS Portmore United

West Bay - June 4, 2019 6:30 pmto7:45 pm

Cayman Islands National Team - Team Performance

Team Matches Goals Won Lost Draw Pts+/-
Cayman Islands National Team9141809

Portmore United FC - Team Performance

Team Matches Goals Won Lost Draw Pts+/-
Portmore United FC81233224
Tournament Opponent Goals Shorts On Target Corner Kicks Yellow Cards Passing Accuracy
2017 Regular Tournament Games IMG Academy 0 %
2017 Regular Tournament Games Alchemy DSC 6 %
2017 Regular Tournament Games Cavalier Football Club 1 %
2018 Regular Tournament Games Jamaica National 2 %
2018 Regular Tournament Games D.C. United 1 %
2018 Regular Tournament Games Portmore United FC 3 %
2019 Regular Tournament Games Portmore United FC 0 %
2019 Regular Tournament Games D.C. United 0 %
2019 Regular Tournament Games Cuba National 1 %
Tournament Opponent Goals Shorts On Target Corner Kicks Yellow Cards Passing Accuracy
2018 Regular Tournament Games D.C. United 0 %
2018 Regular Tournament Games Jamaica National 1 %
2018 Regular Tournament Games Cayman Islands National Team 4 %
2018 Semifinals & Finals Cuba National 4 4 %
2018 Semifinals & Finals Harbour View FC 3 %
2019 Regular Tournament Games Cayman Islands National Team 1 %
2019 Regular Tournament Games Cuba National 0 %
2019 Regular Tournament Games D.C. United 0 %

The opening match at the Ed Bush Sports Complex in West Bay featured the Cayman Islands National U-15 Team versus Portmore United FC, the third-place finisher from a year earlier. Despite a few chances for either side, the game was scoreless at the half. The situation changed in the 52nd minute when attacking midfielder Ruben Brown put his shot past Andrea Tognazzo in the Cayman goal to make it 1-0 for the visitors from Jamaica.   An enthusiastic crowd that included Minister of Sports Juliana O’Connor-Connolly cheered on the local boys as they pursued the elusive equalizer. Their efforts proved fruitless, however, and Portmore United picked up three points with the win. Cayman Islands head coach Lovane Joven said, “It was not a bad game for us. I think, in the end, we took our foot off the pedal, we got a little complacent and we gave the goal up.”     Joven, who is preparing his side for the CONCACAF U-15 Championships this summer, noted that he’s seen improvement in the boys since last year’s tournament. “We look a lot better. We just need to finish our chances,” he said, adding that competition like this provides valuable preparation for the Summer tournament.