Naka sends Solomon Bilikiki home in style with victory over El Salvador
Naka opened the scoring in the early stages, and he doubled his side's lead 13 seconds after the first restart. Jose Ruiz and Elias Ramirez got on the score-sheet for the Salvadorans in the second period, but Naka added another two to send Solomon Islands out for the last 12 minutes holding a 4-2 lead.
Tomas Hernandez pulled the Central Americans to within one goal of their opponents, but a double from Omo put the game out of their reach.
The win capped off a memorable tournament for James Naka who was undoubtedly the standout player for the Bilikiki Boys.
"We played much better in our final game and I'm really happy with the result. We've had a great experience and it was great to finish the tournament with a victory. We'll hope to do better next year," Naka said.
El Salvador Coach Rudis Mauricio Gonzalez Gallo also had praise for the Solomon Island star.
"I was really pleased with the attitude of my players. The problem today was that we couldn't contain Naka," Gallo said.