Guyana got their first win in the group stages of their World Cup qualifying campaign with a 4-0 victory over Bahamas.
Once again, Colchester United winger Callum Harriott was handed a start for the Guyana national team in their second fixture of the international break.
And after the disappointment of losing the first fixture, the Golden Jaguars well and truly put that to bed with a convincing 4-0 win over Bahamas to move them up to third in Group F with three points.
Harriott played for the first seventy minutes of the game, helping his side to a commanding 2-0 advantage before being replaced by the eventual goalscorer of the third, Omari Glasgow.
Another goal five minutes before full time aided Guyana's goal difference to now be +1, with the next round of qualifying matches due to be played at the start of June.