Winston Reid's New Zealand edged out by Honduras in Olympics
Winston Reid's New Zealand suffered a late 3-2 defeat to Honduras in their second group stage game at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on Sunday.
The Oly Whites captain and West Ham United defender was forced out of the action early in the first half due to injury, and had to watch on as his team looked on course to take a major step towards the quarter-finals when they twice led thanks to goals from Liberato Cacace and Burnley's Chris Wood, only to be thwarted by Honduras.
Goals in the final twelve minutes by Juan Carlos Obregón Jr and Rigoberto Rivas were enough to overcome the deficit and hand their side a dramatic 3-2 victory.
The defeat leaves New Zealand with three points from their opening two Group B games, but they know progression is still in their own hands.
Should they defeat Romania in their final match, in Sapporo on Wednesday, they will make the tournament's last eight for the first time at an Olympics.
Meanwhile, Reid was sent for a scan on the knee problem and will now face a wait to see if he will be able to return to help his team's bid for Olympics glory.