This Sunday, Jacmel's Victoria overturned the SM Roulado on the score of (3-2) at Pinchinat Park as part of the first day of the second division national championship series, South Zone I
After several minutes of delay, the show started at Pinchinat Park. In the first round of observation, it was the Roulado SM players who had possession of the leather and multiplied the passes without posing serious problems to the locals. Noting the rise of her rival, Victoria has gone into higher gear by accumulating the dangerous actions like a crossed head of Bernard Chery who finishes his race on the crossbar and the goal of Kessy Frédérique refused by the central referee due to a faulty position. By pressing on the accelerator, Victoria was going to start the hostilities on a clear shot of Kessy Frédérique out of the box (45 + 4).
We must believe that there was another speech in the camp of the locals. Back from the locker room, they set the bar very high and the Jacmelians were just chasing after the ball. By continually increasing the assaults, Roulado SM dressed in blue and white found a penalty converted into goal by Véron Jean (59th). The visitors continued to maintain the pressure and finally found the second goal with Louinel Désir (65th) who benefited from a rebound after a ball repelled by the last rampart of the sons of Alcibiade Pommayrac.
At 2-1, c was calm in the park. The technical staff of the training Jacmélienne made two changes that changed everything. The comebacks of Pierre Max Matador and Mackenson Jules. The victoria went on the quest for the goal of equalization. And in the 80th minute of play, Mackenson Jules restored the balance for his family before Bernard Chéry scored the goal of victory (88th).
All in all, the victorious warriors continue to lead the debates. ranking the South I zone with a whopping 26 points