GREG Leigh helped Jamaica pull off a comeback against Canada and secure a place in the Concacaf Nations League finals for the first time.

The Reggae Boyz trailed 2-1 from the first leg of the quarter final clash, however Heimir Hallgrimsson’s side turned the tie round by claiming their first win over Canada on Canadian soil.

Oxford United defender Leigh started the game at left back, and was substituted deep in stoppage time when New York City defender Tayvon Gray came on in his place.

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Canada took the lead through Bayern Munich star Alphonso Davies, providing the home side with a 3-1 aggregate lead at the midway point of the second leg.

Shamar Nicholson scored twice in three minutes though as Jamaica pulled level, however Watford midfielder Ismael Kone restored the Canada advantage almost immediately.

With 12 minutes to go, Fulham forward Bobby Decordova-Reid nudged Jamaica 3-2 in front, and ahead on away goals.

Former Everton and Leicester City winger Demarai Gray was shown a second yellow card with five minutes remaining, however Jamaica managed to hold on, while also securing their place at next year’s Copa America.