|Trinidad & Tobago||Dominican Republic|
|Jason Scotland (29')|
Jason Scotland (32')
Jason Scotland (35')
Cornell Glen (51')
Cornell Glen (68')
Cornell Glen (73')
Anthony Wolfe (82')
Darryl Roberts (87')
|2008-10-08||Hasely Crawford Stadium||Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago||2000|
Scotland, Glen power T&T past Dominican Republic
It has been years since T&T have ever beaten a team by nine (9) goals. As a matter of fact, I can't remember the last time T&T won by such margin. Ironically, T&T did come close to such a scoreline in 1996 when it recorded an 8-0 victory over the same country (Dominican Republic) in a World Cup qualifier at the Queens Park Oval. Stern John was the hero then with his hattrick before an Angus Eve double then Yorke, Rougier and Latapy added to T&T's tally.
Now some 12-years later the current T&T team took it a goal further when San Juan Jabloteh's Cornell Glen and Swansea's Jason Scotland both scoring hattricks respectively to power T&T past Dominican Republic 9-0 in a friendly showdown at the Hasley Crawford Wednesday afternoon.
Scotland got his hattrick in the first half (29th, 32nd, 35th) while Glen who was a second half sub for talented United Petrotrin winger Keon Daniel picked up where Scotland left off and got his hattrick in the 51st, 69th and 73rd minutes. Before Glen's hattrick though, Dominican Republic's Federico Rodriguez also help the scoreline for T&T with an own goal.
The Warriors had one more bullet left in their chamber when Carlos Edwards who was growing in confidence especially in the second half and was causing all sorts of problems for Dominican Republic on the wing. In the 86th minute a perfect Edwards pass found Darryl Roberts and the Turkish based striker finished off the goal-scoring feast to make it 9-0.
|65' Osei Telesford|
|70' Anthony Wolfe|
|46' Khaleem Hyland|
|61' Darryl Roberts|
|16.||Dwight Yorke (capt.)|
|46' Clyde Leon|
|46' Cornell Glen|
|46'||Khaleem Hyland for Keon Daniel|
|46'||Cornell Glen for Jason Scotland|
|46'||Clyde Leon for Dwight Yorke|
|61'||Darryl Roberts for Russell Latapy|
|65'||Osei Telesford for Cyd Gray|
|70'||Anthony Wolfe for Christopher Birchall|