Cayman Islands Secure Last-Minute Victory in Concacaf Qualifiers

In the latest round of the Concacaf Qualifiers for the 2026 FIFA World Cup, the Cayman Islands pulled off a stunning victory on the third matchday. The intense matches saw Guatemala, Suriname, Curaçao, and Nicaragua secure their second consecutive wins, while Trinidad and Tobago bounced back with a crucial win.

The highlight of the night was the Cayman Islands’ dramatic win, thanks to a late goal in stoppage time. Goalkeepers Nicholas Hagen of Guatemala, Etienne Vaessen of Suriname, Eloy Room of Curaçao, Miguel Rodriguez of Nicaragua, and Lachlin Lambert of the Cayman Islands all put up stellar performances, finishing the day with clean sheets.

In other matches, Suriname’s Tyrone Conraad, Trinidad and Tobago’s Duane Muckette, and Bancy Hernandez of Nicaragua scored braces in their respective games. The action-packed matches also saw a commanding 7-1 victory for Trinidad and Tobago against the Bahamas.

As the competition intensifies, the Cayman Islands’ unexpected triumph adds to the excitement of the Concacaf Qualifiers. Stay tuned for more thrilling matches as the journey to the 2026 FIFA World Cup continues.