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Waterhouse beaten at home by Motagua

Published:Thursday | September 26, 2019 | 12:00 AMLennox Aldred
Waterhouse players stand around in disbelief after their 2-0 loss to Honduran side FC Motagua in their Scotiabank Concacaf League quarter-final first leg match at the National Stadium in Kingston on Wednesday night.

Waterhouse FC face a daunting task of advancing to the semi-finals of the Scotiabank Concacaf League after a 2-0 home loss to FC Motagua of Honduras at the National Stadium in Kingston on Wednesday night.
The Honduran side, who soaked up tremendous pressure from the hosts in the first half, got their goals in the 68th 71st minutes through Marcelo Pereira and Kevin Lopez respectively.
Waterhouse had their fair share of chances in the first half, however good goalkeeping from Jonathan Rougier denied striker Andre Fletcher a clear goal scoring chance in the 13th minute.
Colorado Murray also had a glorious opportunity to put the Jamaican side ahead in the 59th minute, but his shot from inside the area hit the cross bar and came back into play.
The quarter-final second leg is scheduled for Wednesday, October 2 in Honduras.