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Watford's Ikechi Anya and Lloyd Doyley in World Cup action for Scotland and Jamaica
Ikechi Anya made his international debut for Scotland and Lloyd Doyley played the full 90 minutes for Jamaica but neither Watford player tasted victory in their respective World Cup qualifiers last night.
Having been called up to the Scotland squad for the first time, Anya came on as a 59th-minute replacement for Robert Snodgrass at Hampden Park as the hosts went down to a 2-0 defeat against Belgium in their World Cup Group A qualifier.
The defeat means Gordon Strachan’s side remain bottom of the group ahead of Tuesday night’s trip to Macedonia.
Doyley, meanwhile, helped Jamaica keep a clean sheet as they drew 0-0 against Panama in Panama City to end a four-match losing streak, but the point still means they are four adrift at the bottom of their CONCACAF group.
Former Hornets Jobi McAnuff and Marlon King were also named in new coach Winifred Schaefer’s starting line-up, but the Jamaicans had to play most of the second half with ten men after Leeds United’s Rodolph Austin was sent off following a second booking in the 57th minute.
Jamaica are also back in action on Tuesday when they take on group leaders Costa Rica.
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