Derby County striker Theo Robinson helps Jamaica earn draw in Mexico
THEO Robinson helped Jamaica to an impressive World Cup qualifying draw in Mexico on his international debut.
The Derby County striker came on as a 54th-minute substitute for the Reggae Boyz as they held the Mexicans to a goalless draw at the famous Stadio Azteca.
Robinson replaced Jermaine Johnson of Sheffield Wednesday and Theodore Whitmore's side kept the likes of Manchester United star Javier Hernandez at bay to claim a highly creditable point.
It was Jamaica's opening game in the final round of North, Central America and Caribbean qualifying for the 2014 World Cup.
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Three of the six teams will qualify automatically for Brazil, with a fourth side earning a play-off spot.
In the other games, the USA suffered a shock 2-1 defeat in Honduras, while Panama let a two-goal lead slip as they drew with Costa Rica.
Robinson is due back in the UK today and will rejoin his Derby team-mates ahead of tomorrow's trip to Hillsborough.