Walsall skipper Donervon Daniels nets first international goal for Montserrat
Walsall skipper Donervon Daniels has bagged his first ever international goal in Montserrat's 4-2 victory over Barbados.
The Saddlers skipper has featured in both of his countries CONCACAF Nations League clashes during the international break.
And after a helping his side to a 2-1 victory on Friday over Dominican Republic, alongside club team mate Brandon Comley, Daniels played a starring role against Barbados on Monday and got himself on the scoresheet for the very first time.
The former West Brom academy graduate rose to head home a free kick in the 62nd minute to put his side 3-1 up, and they eventually went on to win the game 4-2 and finish their Nations League campaign on a high.
After the game Daniels took to social media and explained how he'd had to steal a celebration because it had been so long since he had found the net.
He said: "What a moment. What a feeling.
"Scoring my first goal for my country, in Montserrat.
"It's been so long since I've scored, I had to steal a celebration."