The third day of the Haitian football championship took place this weekend and all the scheduled matches were held. Here are the main facts to remember:
End of series for America FC
The Roudy Joseph gang hosted AS Capoise at Land des Gabions yesterday Sunday. After two consecutive wins, the Cayenne team lost (0-1) to the Capois who took advantage of their new striker, Jamesley Daniel who scored the only goal of the match.
However, the end of the meeting was really eventful since the fans of America violated the rules of fair play, the ground was turned into a real place of brawl. Result: 2 fans injured by bullets. A scene that is condemned and that must not be repeated!
Violette AC, new leader
One's misfortune makes another happy! The new leader of the championship is metropolitan, it is the Violette AC, victorious in Verettes against the USR (1-0) thanks to his prodigy, Maudwindo Germain. Rony Attimy's men take control of the standings on equal points with the Cavaly (7).
The unusual fact of the Baltimore goalkeeper
Third day and we continue with the unusual. At Bayas Park in Mirebalais, they saw something strange in the camp of Marc Emy Florestal, goalkeeper of the Baltimore SC who is called “The Clean Sheets Man”. A nest containing an egg with the name of ASM and well hung with threads. Signs that have cast doubt on Marc Emy's series of clean sheets despite his enormous talent.
Cavaly AS, invincible at home
The Cavaly continues with another success and the victim is Don Bosco (1 -0, Spencer Desire). The red horse remains on a streak of 11 unbeaten games at Gerard Christophe Park, a great feat for Dutherson Clerveaux's teammates who are looking for a second national title after that of 2007.
They recorded their first victories
3 clubs won their first matches. This is Real Hope FA, victorious against the Cosmopolites (2-0) at the Sylvio Cator stadium thanks to a very good Johnson Jeudy, author of a goal and an assist. Racing FC for its part won at home against the Ouanaminthais (1-0) and the ASC won in Les Cayes by the same score.
Baltimore and FICA still silent
After three days, only two teams have yet to shake the nets. They are Baltimore SC (2 draws and 1 loss) and FICA (3 draws).
Mackenson Rosier and Bendy Charles invite themselves to the goalscoring podium
Two new players have made their appearances at the top of the scorers standings, led by players who have scored two goals. They are two racinists, Mackenson Rosier for the RCH and Bendy Charles for the RFC.
9 games played, 7 wins including 4 away, 2 draws, 8 goals scored