Carson, CAâ€”CONCACAF Menâ€™s Olympic Qualifier starts the evening off at the Stub Hub Center in Carson, California with Honduras versus Haiti. The game starts off slow, but as soon as minute 6:20 comes in Antony Lozano, number 9 from Honduras scores to make it 1-0. After the goal was scored from Honduras, most of the half-time Honduras forces Haitiâ€™s goal-keeper to be on his feet. After a few hits to Haitiâ€™s goal area a clear foul was committed by number 5 of Haiti, Jude Saint Louis, to #9 of Honduras, Antony Lozano. Bryan Acosta #6 takes the free kick for Honduras, but fails to make another goal for his team. Suddenly, Zachary Herivaux retrieves the ball and runs with it all the way entering Goal territory, but they still get no goal.
Half-time is reached and still 1-0 Honduras, Haiti tried to score but missed various opportunities. As the second-half starts Honduras quickly takes the ball into goal territory sees an opportunity, kicks it to the goalie, but is blocked at the line by a Haitian defender. â€œLos Catrachosâ€ regain the ball again and like before, see thereâ€™s a clear shot, tries and headers it, but no luck. Finally, Haiti takes charge of the ball, but gets fouled and Haitian player Nerlin St Vil makes a free kick, but misses the goal. Haiti gets another opportunity for a free kick and still no sign of a goal. The Haitianâ€™s have gotten various opportunities, but seem to have woken up with bad luck today. â€œLa Hâ€ is desperately seeking for a second-goal and player # 6 Bryan Acosta knows every shot counts, he forcefully kicks it to Haitiâ€™s goalkeeper Luis Odelus, but misses it.
C.D Olimpia player Kevin Alvarez plays the ball against a Haitian player controls it well, jukes him, shoots, but doesnâ€™t make a goal. The game was lacking action, but overall, Honduras scored the only goal to make them todayâ€™s match winners. Haiti was left with nothing after fighting many times to make a goal.