El Salvador snatches a draw against Jamaica

SAN SALVADOR. El Salvador was capable to capture a late draw against Jamaica with a late goal from A. Roldan.

El Salvador snatches a draw against Jamaica

SAN SALVADOR. El Salvador managed to clinch a draw against Jamaica with a late goal from A. Roldan scored in the (90′) after Jamaica got a lead with a goal from M. Antonio (82′). El Salvador was not able to win even if it was superior in terms of ball possession (59%)

The match was played at the Estadio Cuscatlán stadium in San Salvador on Saturday and it started at 2:05 am local time. The referee was Jose Raúl Torres Rivera with the assistance of Jair Morales and Walter Cid Rodríguez. The 4th official was William Anderson. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was pleasant at 21.1 degrees Celsius or 70.03 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 94%.​

Match Statistics​

  • 59 Ball Possession 41
Shots
  • 18 Total 8
  • 4 On Target 2
  • 11 Off Target 4
  • 3 Shots blocked 2
  • 89 Attack 81
  • 43 Dangerous attack 34
  • 0 Ball safe 0
  • 0 Penalties 0
  • 10 Corners 1
  • 1 Off Sides 1
Fouls
  • 11 Total 12
  • 0 Yellow Cards 2
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 0
Other
  • 6 Substitutions 5

Ball possession

El Salvador was in firm control of the ball 59% while Jamaica was struggling with a 41% ball possession.

Attitude and shots

El Salvador was was putting more pressure with 43 dangerous attacks and 18 shots of which 4 were on target. However, that was not enough El Salvador to win the match​.

El Salvador shot 18 times, 4 on target, 11 off target. Talking about the opposition, Jamaica shot 8 times, 2 on target, 4 off target.

Cards

El Salvador didn’t receive any yellow card. On the other side, Jamaica received 2 yellow cards (L. Bailey and A. Grant).

Match Timeline

42'
46'
48'
63'
63'
64'
65'
73'
73'
74'
82'
86'
89'
90'

Standings

Standings
28
14
28
14
21
14
11
14

Group A

Team
Pts
Pl
Last 5

Group B

Team
Pts
Pl
Last 5
3
4

Group C

Team
Pts
Pl
Last 5
10
4
6
4

Group D

Team
Pts
Pl
Last 5

Group E

Team
Pts
Pl
Last 5
9
3
3
3
0
0

    Group F

    Team
    Pts
    Pl
    Last 5
    3
    4

    After this match, El Salvador will have 6 points like Costa Rica and Jamaica to sit in the 7th place. Talking about the opposition, Jamaica will have 6 points like Costa Rica and El Salvador to remain in the 6th place.

    Next matches

    In the next match in the WC Qualification Concacaf, El Salvador will play away with Panama on the 17th of November with a 5-3 head to head record in favor of Panama (1 draw).

    Jamaica will host United States on the 16th of November with a 6-2 head to head in favor of United States (2 draws).

    El Salvador – Formation

    El Salvador
    G
    Mario González 1.El Salvador
    6.2
    D
    Eriq Zavaleta 4.El Salvador
    6.9
    46'
    D
    A. Larín Hernández 13.El Salvador
    7.3
    D
    Bryan Tamacas  21.El Salvador
    6.9
    D
    Ronald Rodríguez Gómez 5.El Salvador
    6.7
    M
    6.8
    73'
    M
    Christian Martínez 6.El Salvador
    6.7
    86'
    M
    Álex Roldán 15.El Salvador
    7.6
    Goals90'
    M
    Enrico Dueñas 20.El Salvador
    6.5
    73'
    F
    Jairo Henriquez Ferrufino 17.El Salvador
    7.2
    F
    Joaquín Rivas 11.El Salvador
    6.8
    65'
    Substitutes
    G
    K. Carabantes 22.El Salvador
    G
    E. Alguera 18.El Salvador
    D
    E. Vigil 16.El Salvador
    D
    Roberto Domínguez 3.El Salvador
    6.6
    46'
    M
    Pablo Punyed 10.El Salvador
    M
    D. Cerén 7.El Salvador
    6.4
    73'
    M
    Melvin Cartagena 23.El Salvador
    M
    M. Monterroza 12.El Salvador
    6.9
    73'
    M
    Kevin Reyes 19.El Salvador
    F
    Walmer Martínez 9.El Salvador
    6.2
    86'
    F
    Christian Sorto 14.El Salvador
    65'

    El Salvador started with a 4-1-3-2 line-up (4-1-3-2).

    The manager Hugo Perez decided to play with the following team: Mario González (6.2), Bryan Tamacas (6.9), Eriq Zavaleta (6.9), Ronald Gómez (6.7), Alexander Larin (7.3), Christian Martínez (6.7), Brayan Landaverde (6.8), Enrico Hernández (6.5), Alex Roldan (7.6), Joaquín Rivas (6.8) and Jairo Mauricio Henriquez (7.2).

    The home team had on the bench: Kevin Carabantes, Edgar Alguera-Mercado, Pablo Punyed, Walmer Martinez (6.2), Darwin Cerén (6.4), Melvin Cartagena, Eduardo Vigil, Marvin Monterroza (6.9), Christian Sorto, Roberto Carlos Dominguez (6.6), Kevin Reyes and Edgar Alguera-Mercado.

    Substitutions

    El Salvador made 5 changes: E. Zavaleta for R. Dominguez (46′), J. Rivas for C. Sorto (65′), B. B. Landaverde Alvarez for M. Monterrosa (73′), E. Hernandez for D. Ceren (73′) and C. Martinez for W. Martinez (86′).

    Best player: Alex Roldan​

    The player that probably impressed the most for El Salvador was Alex Roldan.

    His rating is (7.6) with 1 goal, 49 passes (85% accurate) and 2 key passes. He was won 4 duels out of 8.

    Jamaica – Formation

    Jamaica
    G
    Andre Blake 1.Jamaica
    6.5
    D
    Adrian Mariappa 19.Jamaica
    6.8
    D
    Kemar Lawrence 20.Jamaica
    7.4
    D
    O. Fisher 8.Jamaica
    6.8
    D
    Damion Lowe 17.Jamaica
    7.1
    M
    J. Watson 15.Jamaica
    7.0
    64'
    M
    Anthony Grant 3.Jamaica
    6.7
    63' 42'
    M
    6.4
    63'
    M
    Kemar Roofe 16.Jamaica
    6.1
    74'
    M
    Leon Bailey 7.Jamaica
    6.2
    89' 48'
    F
    Shamar Nicholson 11.Jamaica
    7.0
    Substitutes
    G
    D. Miller 13.Jamaica
    G
    J. White 23.Jamaica
    D
    Greg Leigh 2.Jamaica
    D
    Liam Moore 6.Jamaica
    89'
    D
    Javain Brown 14.Jamaica
    D
    Alvas Powell 5.Jamaica
    M
    Ravel Morrison  4.Jamaica
    6.6
    63'
    M
    Lamar Walker 21.Jamaica
    M
    Speedy Williams 22.Jamaica
    6.2
    64'
    F
    Michail Antonio 18.Jamaica
    7.7
    74' Goals82'
    F
    Cory Burke 9.Jamaica
    6.6
    63'
    F
    Junior Flemmings 12.Jamaica

    Jamaica started with a 4-2-3-1 line-up (4-2-3-1).

    Theodore Whitmore played with: Andre Blake (6.5), Oniel Fisher (6.8), Damion Lowe (7.1), Adrian Mariappa (6.8), Kemar Lawrence (7.4), Je-Vaughn Watson (7.0), Anthony Grant (6.7), Leon Bailey (6.2), Kemar Roofe (6.1), Bobby Reid (6.4) and Shamar Nicholson (7.0).

    They had on the bench: Lamar Walker, Liam Moore, Javain Brown, Speedy Williams (6.2), Alvas Powell, Ravel Morrison (6.6), Dwayne Miller, Greg Leigh, Michail Antonio (7.7), Jeadine White, Cory Burke (6.6) and Junior Flemmings.

    Jamaica could not rely on the presence of D. Williams (injured) and M. Antonio (injured).

    Substitutions

    Jamaica made 5 changes: B. Reid for C. Burke (63′), A. Grant for R. Morrison (63′), J. Watson for D. Williams (64′), K. Roofe for M. Antonio (74′) and L. Bailey for L. Moore (89′).

    Best player: Michail Antonio​

    The most impressive player for Jamaica was Michail Antonio.

    His rating is (7.7) with 1 goal, 6 passes (50% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 4 duels out of 5.

    His performance was remarkable also because he started the match from the bench before entering the filed in the 74′.

    Results of the day

    These are the results of the day in the WC Qualification Concacaf.​