Jun 30, 2008 Sports Comments Off on Hercules holds Jabloteh
In slippery conditions at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Jabloteh made heavy weather of bottom-placed Tobago but looked to have done enough for the three points at stake.
They were leading 3-1 in the 76th minute after a brilliant strike from substitute Ataullah Guerra.
Jabloteh may still have been reminiscing, two minutes later, when Hercules sprung the offside trap to stab home from close range.
The heart-breaker came near the stroke of regulation time as Tobago striker Garth Woodley tumbled over opposing defender Robert Primus and Hercules scored the resulting penalty.
Tobago actually had the gumption to score first as Kayode McKinnon converted after a defensive error in the 22nd minute. But Gayson Gregory pulled Jabloteh level within two minutes and an own goal put the champs ahead midway through the second half.
Guerra’s superb strike should have applied the icing.
But Hercules had other ideas.
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