“I know a lot of people in Haiti are watching me, so I just tried to give my best, and all my teammates tried to give the same thing too,” Dumornay said after the match.
“Mentally, for me, it’s an honour to play in the World Cup for the first time. It’s an honour for all my teammates, and to all the country too.
“I know they’re really, really proud of us, and will always support us. We know they have a lot of frustration. We’re going to try and make them happy in the next two…
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