French Guiana tops Martinique for third place in Caribbean Cup
Action from Scotiabank CFU Men’s Caribbean Cup match for third place between French Guiana and host Martinique (blue jersey) on June 25, 2017, in Fort-de-France, Martinique.
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FORT-DE-FRANCE, Martinique – Substitute Sloan Privat scored in the second half and French Guiana earned a 1-0 win over host Martinique in the 2016/17 Scotiabank CFU Men’s Caribbean Cup third place match on Sunday night at the Stade Pierre-Aliker.

It was French Guiana’s highest-ever finish in the competition.

CONCACAF.com takes a look at the action:

2017 SCOTIABANK CFU MEN’S CARIBBEAN CUP
Match for Third Place

June 25, 2017: Stade Pierre-Aliker – Fort-de-France, Martinique (Att: 5,500)
French Guiana-Martinique 1-0 (0-0)
Sloan Privat 74’

French Guiana: Donovan Leon; Hugues Rosime, Jean-David Legrand, Gregory Lescot, Miguel Haabo (Kevin Rimane 46’), Cedric Fabien, Florent Malouda, Loic Baal, Jules Haabo (Sloan Privat 46’), Schaquille Dutard (Mickael Sovi 87’), Rhudy Evens. Head Coach: Jair Karam

Martinique: Kevin Olimpia; Antoine Jean-Baptiste (Christof Jougon 75’), Karl Vitulin, Jordy Delem, Sebastien Cretinoir, Dominique Pandor (Steeven Langil 78’, Jean-Manuel Nedra, Daniel Herelle, Stephane Abaul, Johnny Marajo, Kevin Parsemain (Johan Audel 61’). Head Coach: Jean-Marc Civault

R: Sherwin Moore (Guyana); AR1: Ainsley Rochard (Trinidad & Tobago); AR2: Trevor Porter (Guyana); 4th: Wilson Dacosta (Bahamas)

-    Sloan Privat struck for the only goal in the 74th minute, giving him a team-best four for the 2016/17 Caribbean Cup.
-    French Guiana completed 2016/17 Caribbean Cup play with an overall record of 5W-1D-2L (16GF, 7 GA).
-    French Guiana scored at least one goal in each of its eight 2016/17 Caribbean Cup matches.
-    Martinique completed 2016/17 Caribbean Cup play with an overall record of 6W-0D-2L (18GF, 5 GA).
-    After opening the 2016/17 Caribbean Cup with six straight wins, Martinique lost its last two outings.
-    Both French Guiana and Martinique will compete in the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup.