Donald Guerrier Bursting Through Spain To Score Haiti Miraculous Goal - Spain 2-1 Haiti
The Haitian soccer team made history this June 8, 2013 by keeping up with current World Cup Winner Spain. Spain was widely expected to cruise to win against the Haitian team, and took just eight minutes to assert their superiority. However, after 75 minutes of play, a real moment of history seems to be on the making. After bursting through the Spanish lines and rounding Pepe Reina, Donald Guerrier steered the football into the Spanish net from eight yards to spark pandemonium in the stands and trigger thoughts of a miraculous comeback.
For Spain , the Goals were from Santi Cazorla and Cesc Fabregas. After a build-up play by the Spaniards, the Arsenal midfielder landed a left-footed hit into the bottom corner past a sprawling Frandy Montrevil. Again, close to the 20-minute mark, Juan Mata found Fabregas unmarked in the Haiti penalty area and before you know it, the ball was into the net of the Haitian team.
Spain held on for an uncomfortable victory over the Haitian team
Respect To Haiti For Playing well Against Such A Strong Spanish Team. You guys represented Haiti proudly. The Haitian coach, Israel Blake Cantero, did an outstanding job in building a defense which surprised Spain, the world champion team.
A total of 36,535 tickets were sold for the game. On Tuesday, Haiti will play Italy in Rio de Janeiro. On July 12, "Les Grenadiers" will play Trinidad and Tobago at Sun Life Stadium.
Haiti president Michel Martelly was among the crowd to support the Haitian team
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The line judge did not notice the Haitian Players were off/ side?
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