Carlisle United forward Hallam Hope enjoyed an international debut to remember - by scoring twice.

The Blues frontman got both Barbados goals in their 2-2 draw with Guyana.

It saw the United man make a successful first outing for the Caribbean country.

All the goals came in the second half of the Concacaf Nations League game at the Leonora Track and Field Stadium in Georgetown, Guyana.

The hosts opened the scoring through Trayon Bobb on 46 minutes.

Hope, though, levelled when he curled home from outside the box in the 64th minute.

Things then got even better for the Blues player when he met Rashad Jules' cross with diving header to put the Bajans ahead on 73 minutes.

Their hopes of a victory, though, were dashed when Hope's former Bury team-mate Neil Danns levelled for Guyana five minutes later.

Hope qualifies to play for Babardos through his father, Russell. He had previously played for England up to under-19 level.

His call-up led him to miss Carlisle's Checkatrade Trophy game against Morecambe on Tuesday.

Manager John Sheridan has not ruled out Hope returning in time for tomorrow's game at Cambridge, although that would be a surprising outcome so soon after the game in Guyana.