Toronto's Dicoy Williams (in yellow) in action against Grenada at the Gold Cup.

Williams Hurt In Jamaica Victory

Toronto FC defender Dicoy Williams was an early substitute in Jamaica’s 2-0 win over Guatemala in the Gold Cup.

The Toronto centre back required treatment for a knee injury six minutes into the match. He was substituted four minutes later in favour of Adrian Reid.

Jamaica received two goals from Demar Phillips in the victory. The Norway-based midfielder has three goals in two games. The Reggae Boyz now top Group B with six points, maximizing from their two matches. They have scored six goals and have yet to concede in the tournament and will move on to the quarterfinals regardless of the outcome in their third and final group match.

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No other details about the injury to Williams have been confirmed by either his country or Toronto FC as of Friday night. He played the full 90 minutes and picked up a yellow card in Jamaica's Gold Cup opening game, a 4-0 thrashing of Grenada. 

TorontoFC.ca will have more information on Williams when it becomes available.

Toronto’s other Gold Cup participant, midfielder Julian de Guzman, could see action for Canada when they take on Guadeloupe on Saturday evening at 6 p.m. ET (Rogers Sportsnet One).  Reportedly nursing a calf injury, de Guzman was left out of Canada’s Group C opening loss to the United States on Tuesday as a precaution.