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FC Vysočina Jihlava B's Justin Araujo-Wilson in action during a match against SK Hanácká Slavia Kroměříž on October 3rd 2020.
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Trinidad and Tobago youth striker Justin Araujo-Wilson found the net when playing for the youth team of FC Vysočina Jihlava during a 2-1 loss to fifth-placed SK HS Kroměříž last Saturday in the Czech Republic.

The former San Juan Jabloteh striker signed for the second flight Czech club in September and has been playing mainly for their youth team. However, all is not well at the club. FC Vysočina’s juniors are struggling and have suffered a fourth straight close defeat on the trot. Twice trailing Kroměříž, the 18-year-old Araujo-Wilson scored an equaliser to draw Vysočina level at 1-1 at one stage of the match.

“I don’t think we were a worse team today. But we were not able to score a goal that would send us into the lead,’ stated Vysočina coach Michal Kadlec.

“In the second half, we levelled after the nice pass from Lát and the finish of Araujo-Wilson,” he continued. “We have to keep working, gaining valuable experience and going for points. I praised the players for today’s performance. I believe that we will succeed in the next matches. Opponents from the lower half of the table are waiting for us.”