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Huddersfield Town striker Nahki Wells scored two more goals for Bermuda as they beat Bahamas 3-0 to complete an 8-0 aggregate win in their CONCACAF World Cup 2018 qualifying first-round tie.

The 24-year old national skipper notched a penalty in the 5-0 first-leg win in Nassau.

In the return in Hamilton, Bermuda, Wells opened the scoring in the 79th minute and scored his side’s third in the 87th.

Bermuda now have a two-legged June clash with Guatemala in the second of three knockout rounds before two mini-league phases.

Wells, Town’s £1.3m club-record buy from Bradford City in January 2014, now has five goals in eight appearances for Bermuda.

His Town teammate David Edgar played the full 90 minutes as Canada beat Guatemala 1-0 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

The Ontario-born defender or midfielder, who is on loan from Birmingham City, now has 27 caps.

Canada will play Dominica in the CONCACAF World Cup qualifying second round.

They will then take part in the CONCACAF Gold Cup in July, with group games against El Salvador, Jamaica and Costa Rica.

Both Wells and Edgar are due back at Town in time for Saturday’s Championship clash at Sheffield Wednesday.