The Bermuda women’s football team claimed a 2-0 win over the Dominican Republic in the Road to Concacaf W Gold Cup, with two goals from Jaden Masters and Bermuda goalkeeper Zakhari Turner making seven saves to deny the visitors a goal.
The Concacaf match report said, “Bermuda opened their campaign with a 2-0 home win over the Dominican Republic at the National Sports Centre in Devonshire Parish, Bermuda.
“Jaden Masters opened the scoring in the 10’ with a rocket from long range to send the home fans into ecstasy. This came just seconds after the Lady Warriors were close to taking the lead on an attempt from Eva Frazzoni going just wide.
“Winibian Peralta attempted to equalize in the 20’ from a free kick but the attempt was caught by goalkeeper Zakhari Turner.
“Lucia Marte provided a dangerous hit across goal in the 32’ as the Dominican Republic continued to search for the tying goal.
“Masters earned her brace in the 45+1’ on a Bermuda fast break, slipping the ball past goalkeeper Odaliana Gomez just outside the edge of the box.
“Jaden Masters nearly completed her hat-trick in the 55’ but Gomez made a big stop to keep the score within reach.
“Zakhari Turner ended the day with seven saves as she collected her first clean sheet of the tournament and Bermuda its first three points.”
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