Petro Caribe Pointe Michel came from behind three times and needed penalty kicks to beat the defending Nations Cup Champions, Mahaut Soca Strikers on Sunday.

The Mahaut Soca Strikers started the game on the front foot, creating a host of chances in the opening minutes, some of which they will live to regret.

However, the first goal of the afternoon would come as Nelson Woodman pounced on a poor back pass from a Pointe Michel defender and finished in style against keeper Tafari.

But, what’s football without Randolph Peltier on the score sheet? The striker immediately leveled the match soon after going behind.

Some poor defensive work again saw the Mahaut Soca Strikers take lead and end the half in control.

The two teams ending the match  3-3 and Pointe Michel going through on penalty kicks (4-3).

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