. . World news – CA – Forge FC loses in the quarterfinals of the CONCACAF League – Sportsnet – against the Haitian team on penalties. approx.


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SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic – Haiti’s Arcahaie FC defeated Forge FC on penalties in the CONCACAF League quarter-final match on Tuesday to secure a place in the 2021 CONCACAF Champions League, along with the federal elite club teams.

Guerry Romondt saved Forge’s first two penalties – from Daniel Krutzen and Alexander Achinioti-Jonsson. Substitute Arcahaie player Ose Charles turned the decisive kick into the 4-2 shootout win.

The game was tied 1-1 after regular time when Arcahaie rallied to tie the game on a mistake by Forge goalkeeper Triston Henry.

The CONCACAF League with 22 teams is a feeder competition for the top-class Champions League. The four quarter-final winners qualify directly for the Champions League, while the lost quarter-finalists compete in single-legged play-in games. The two winners also qualify.

Forge, the Canadian Premier League champion, still has a chance to make it to the Champions League.

Arcahaie will play in the semifinals in January either against Deportivo Saprissa from Costa Rica or against Deportivo Marathon from Honduras, who played in a later game on Tuesday.

Forge had full control 1-0 at the start of the second half, but conceded in the 59th. The decisive goal was the decisive goal due to a mistake by Henry. The CPL goalkeeper of the year was late with a back pass from Kwame Awuah and his worn-out attempt to clear was diverted by Arcahaie forward Kervens Jolicoeur.

The game was then delayed by a hole in the Arcahaie goal net that required several zip ties to fill the gap.

The regulation time ended with Forge reaching the Arcahaie goal but not being able to reach the starting goal. It was the same for the seven minutes of stoppage time that Arcahaie players went down like skittles and delayed the game.

Krutzen opened the goal in the break of the first half from the penalty spot after David Choiniere was defeated by Hantz Anacius in the penalty area. Romondt was going in the right direction, but Krutzen’s shot hit the corner.

Krutzen also converted a penalty – in stoppage time in the second half – to give Forge a 2-1 win over Panama’s Tauro in the round of 16.

The 24-year-old Belgian defender scored in the 49. Minute, a free kick from the crossbar from Arcahaie, as Forge tormented the Haitians with set pieces.

Tuesday’s game continued despite a Forge employee and two Arcahaie players testing positive for COVID-19 before kick-off.

Forge coach Bobby Smyrniotis made two changes to his starting XI. Johnny Grant returned from lockdown and took over Kadell Thomas and his colleague Paolo Sabak, who replaced Elimane Cisse.

Forge pushed from the first whistle while the Haitians tried to counter-attack. Choiniere almost scored for Forge in the first minute but couldn’t get a low ball sent over the goal front by Grant.

Forge dominated possession but was unable to convert it into a scoring opportunity. And the Haitian team began to feel more comfortable on the ball as the impasse continued.

Romondt was put into action twice in the first half, knocking off Forge free kicks. Mo Babouli believed he scored at half time when he scored another free kick but was offside.

While Arcahaie was the home team, the game was played in the Dominican capital Santo Domingo at the more suitable Estadio Olimpico Felix Sanchez.

The Haitians advanced in November. 5 with a 3-1 round of 16 win over Waterhouse FC in Kingston, Jamaica. Forge sent Tauro to Panama City two days earlier.

The Canadian side then returned home and served the mandatory 14-day quarantine. Forge arrived on Jan.. November in the Dominican Republic and trained in Punta Cana before taking the 170-kilometer journey to the capital on Monday.

Arcahaie made it to the last 16 when Belize’s Verdes FC were eliminated in October. 20 preliminary round game due to positive COVID-19 tests. This game was also planned for Santo Domingo.

Forge defeated El Salvador’s CD Municipal Limeno on March 2. October in San Salvador with 2: 1. 22 in the preliminary round game.

Forge, thanks to his triumph at the Island Games in Charlottetown this summer, has another chance to qualify for the main CONCACAF club competition when it comes to the final of the Canadian Championship scheduled for the first quarter against Toronto FC 2021.

Forge left the CONCACAF League in the last sixteen last year and was beaten 4-2 by Olimpia from Honduras overall.

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