International watch: Jamaican duo win bronze


Charlton's Michael Hector and Karoy Anderson helped Jamaica to a third-place finish at the CONCACAF Nations League with a 1-0 victory over Panama on Sunday night.

Hector played the full 90 minutes and provided the assist for Dexter Lembikisa's match-winning goal at the AT&T Stadium, while academy graduate Anderson came on as a substitute in the second period.

The duo also featured in the Reggae Boyz' agonising semi-final defeat against USA, who won 3-1 following extra-time. Hector was on the pitch for the entirety of the contest, with Anderson introduced from the bench on 73 minutes.

Elsewhere, Manchester City loanee Lewis Fiorini started and scored in Scotland U21s' 4-1 triumph over Kazakhstan in their UEFA European U21 Championship qualifier in Paisley on Thursday night.


Academy graduate Nathan Asiimwe was an unused substitute in both of Uganda's friendlies after receiving his first senior international call-up. Paul Put's side lost 4-0 to Comoros on Friday before sharing a 2-2 draw with Ghana on Tuesday.

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