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Costa Rica draw 1-1 in Jamaica, stay three points clear
Costa Rica draw 1-1 in Jamaica, stay three points clear

Q24N (Reuters) – Johnny Acosta’s 68th-minute equaliser earned Costa Rica a 1-1 draw with Jamaica in Kingston on Friday that keeps them top of Group B in the CONCACAF 2018 World Cup qualifiers.

Jevaughn Watson had put Jamaica in front in the 16th minute before Acosta scored from a rebound after a save by Andre Blake.

At the halfway stage, Costa Rica lead the group with seven points, three more than Jamaica and Panama, held 0-0 away to bottom team Haiti, in the fourth round of qualifying for North and Central America and Caribbean teams.

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The top two teams from the three groups go through to the final round. The top three sides from that final six-team group qualify automatically for Russia while the fourth-placed side goes into an intercontinental playoff.

 

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