For most goalkeepers, the one thing you can hope for on your debut is to keep a clean sheet.

Barnet's Kai McKenzie-Lyle could not manage to avoid conceding three times as he made his Guyana bow on Sunday night, as they were beaten 3-2 after extra time by Suriname in the Carribean Cup.

With the scores level at 1-1 after 90 minutes, Suriname struck twice in the following half hour before, needing something fast with time running out, Guyana decided to send the 18-year-old forward for a free-kick.

His header deceived the home defence and ended in the back of the net, making him one of only a handful of goalkeepers to have scored at international level, let alone on their debut.

Unfortunately, the header proved no more than a consolation as Suriname held on to the win, and with only Jamaica left to play in their group of three teams, nothing less than a win will do if they are to progress to the next round.

View the goal below: