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Unable to stop the Reggae beat; Lloyd Doyley starts as Jamaica lose to Serbia
Watford defender Lloyd Doyley played the full 90 minutes as Jamaica lost 2-1 to Serbia last night.
Doyley was part of a back four which conceded twice in the opening quarter of the match, with FC Twente's Dušan Tadić and Manchester City's Aleksandar Kolarov scoring the goals.
Philadelphia Union goalkeeper Andre Blake helped keep Jamaica in the contest in the first half but the Reggae Boys produced an improved second-half display and pulled a goal back through Michael Seaton's header seven minutes after the restart.
Kolarov had the chance the make it 3-1 from the penalty spot late on but his effort was saved by Blake.
Former Watford winger Joel Grant also played 78 minutes for the Reggae Boys.
Jamaica take on Switzerland in Luvern on Friday.
Watford goalkeeper Jonathan Bond was an unused substitute as England Under-20s lost 2-1 to Brazil in their second game in the Toulon Tournament.
Jamaica line-up v Serbia: Andre Blake, Alvas Powell, Upston Edwards, Lloyd Doyley, Kemar Lawrence (Nicholy Finlayson 75), Chris Humphrey (Hughan Gray 71), Rudolph Austin, John Ross Edwards (Nicholas Beckett 46), Joel Grant (Romario Campbell 78), Simon Dawkins (Deshorn Brown 83), Darren Mattocks (Michael Seaton 46).
England line-up v Brazil: Jack Butland; Tyias Browning, Liam Moore, Michael Keane, Luke Garbutt (Brad Smith 60); James Ward-Prowse, Nathaniel Chalobah; Jordan Cousins (Solly March 80), Jake Forster-Caskey (Cauley Woodrow 51), Nathan Redmond; Saido Berahino.
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