Reggae Boyz Player Ratings from 1-0 Win vs Dom Rep – Blog Sports

Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz secured a 1-0 victory against the Dominican Republic in their opening game of Concacaf World Cup qualifying at the National Stadium in Kingston. The game took place on Thursday, June 6, 2024, and was closely followed by the Jamaica Observer’s digital sports coordinator, Rachid Parchment.

In this exciting match, various players showcased their skills and contributed to the team’s success. Let’s take a look at the player ratings provided by Rachid Parchment.

Jahmali Waite – 6/10
Greg Leigh – 6.5/10
Michael Hector – 6/10
Tayvon Gray – 6/10
Di’Shon Bernard – 6.5/10
Daniel Johnson -7/10
Damion Lowe – 7/10
Bobby Reid – 6/10
Renaldo Cephas – 6/10
Shamar Nicholson – 7/10
Michail Antonio – 6.5/10
Karoy Anderson -6.5/10
Richard King – 6/10
Deshane Beckford – 5/10
Kaheim Dixon – 6/10
Kevon Lambert – N/A
Heimir Hallgrímsson – 5/10

Despite the victory, there were some areas of improvement identified by Parchment, such as the team’s performance in maintaining a lead. The match highlighted the strengths and weaknesses of individual players, providing valuable insights for future games.

Overall, the Reggae Boyz put on a commendable performance, and fans can look forward to more exciting matches in the upcoming Concacaf World Cup qualifying rounds.

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