Pascal Millien Leads Haiti To Copa America Centenario Berth

Haiti and Trinidad/Tobago played tonight in a winner-gets-in match, and the man of the hour was the Armada’s own Pascal Millien. 

Mechak Jerome also featured for the Grenadiers, starting starting and playing the whole 90 minutes in a match that ended 1-0 for the Haitians.

Pascal was subbed on in the 56th minute, playing on the right wing. He influenced from the get-go, and pushed his country to a victory by being involved in the final goal.

Millien recieved the ball on the right wing in the 83rd minute and crossed the ball – Replay of the goal – in towards Kervens Belfort Fils, who appeared to get a touch on the ball before it crossed the line. Belfort celebrated the goal, which led many to believe he had scored it, but CONCACAF’s website and Pascal himself have confirmed that the goal belongs to Millien.

The goal is his first in international play, and Pascal continues to build on a stellar 2015 that saw him voted as Section 904’s Supporters Player of the Year.

  

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