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2026 World Cup qualifiers: Haiti wins over Barbados and signs a second victory

By Mythsouka Jean-Philippe

The Haitian national team continues its impressive run in the 2026 CONCACAF World Cup qualifiers, recording a convincing victory (3-1) against Barbados on this second day of the qualifiers at Wildey Turf Stadium. The Grenadiers showed their determination from the start of the match, with a series of remarkable goals.

Louicius Don Deedson opened the scoring for Haiti in the first half, after receiving a clever pass from Duckens Nazon. The Haitian team’s momentum did not slow, as Duke Markhus Lacroix doubled the lead, converting a pass from FC Metz player Danley Jean-Jacques with precision.

Despite Barbados’ efforts to get back into the match, Haiti maintained its offensive pressure. Bryan Labissiere sealed the victory for the Grenadiers in the second period, concluding a great offensive sequence orchestrated by Duckens Nazon.

With this victory, Haiti positions itself with six points in two matches. An impressive performance which currently places them in second position in the group, behind Curaçao. Haitian supporters have reason to be proud of the performance of their national team, which continues to shine on the international stage. The road to the 2026 World Cup looks promising for the Grenadiers, who seem determined to achieve great things in this prestigious competition.