Curacao, Martinique roll to victories in CNLQ
Curaçao players celebrate after scoring against Guadeloupe in the Concacaf Nations League qualifiers at Ergilio Hato Stadium in Willemstad on November 19, 2018.
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MIAMI, Florida – Curacao and Martinique kept their perfect records intact with victories on Monday in week three of 2019/20 Concacaf Nations League Qualifying.

Curacao (3W-0D-0L, 9 points) now sit atop the 34-team table after posting a 6-0 win over Guadeloupe (1W-1D-1L, 4 points) at the Ergilio Hato Stadium in Willemstad.

The Curacao attack would not kick into gear until the 39’ when Gevaro Nepomuceno broke the deadlock.

That then set the table for a second half explosion of five goals courtesy of Elson Hooi (58’, 79’), Nepomuceno (61’) and Rangelo Janga (77’, 90’).

Martinique (3W-0D-0L, 9 points) enjoyed another fruitful outing CNLQ with a 4-2 victory against Antigua and Barbuda (1W-0D-2L, 3 points) at the Stade Pierre-Aliker in Fort-de-France.

Stephane Abaul struck early to hand Martinique a 1-0 lead in the 12’, but Antigua and Barbuda responded swiftly in the 17’ through Myles Weston.

Martinique would then take control and scored three unanswered goals, starting with Sebastien Cretinoir in the 23’, followed by Christof Jougon in the 25’ and Kevin Parsemain just two minutes before halftime.

The Benna Boyz never threw in the towel though and they found a stoppage time goal from Quinton Griffith to complete the 4-2 scoreline.