DORSET coach Dan Neville’s wait for a first point in 2022 World Cup qualifying continues after the British Virgin Islands (BVI) lost their latest two games.

Neville has been appointed temporary coach of the world’s 208th-ranked side for the World Cup qualisying campaign.

The Dorset-based Champion Sports boss oversaw a 5-0 loss to Cuba on Wednesday.

Worse was to follow as former Holland, Real Madrid and Chelsea manager Guus Hiddink steered his Curacao side to an 8-0 demolition of Neville’s men on Saturday evening.

It means the BVI have so far failed to score in their four group C games in CONCACAF qualifying, following 3-0 losses to Saint Vincent & the Grenadines plus Guatemala.

Unbeaten Curacao and Guatemala, each with a plus-14 goal difference, have three wins from three matches in Group C. Hiddink’s side lead on goals scored.

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Against Cuba, the BVI had battled bravely to trail 1-0 well past the hour as Luis Paradela put the Lions of the Caribbean ahead.

That was until Norwich’s Onel Hernandez scored with 22 minutes to go, opening the floodgates.

Maykel Reyes, Cavafe and Dairon Reyes added late goals to paint a flattering gloss on a game in which Poole’s Tyler Forbes, Miguel Marshall and Luka Chalwell started.

The trio were all in action against Curacao, who inflicted a painful start on the minnows.

Hiddink’s men destroyed the BVI in the first 27 minutes, scoring six goals as Michael Maria and Charlison Benschop netted braces.

Former Aston Villa midfielder Leandro Bacuna also scored, reinforcing the opener for Brandley Kuwas.

Substitute Kenji Gorre then bagged a brace for himself as the BVI shipped eight goals.

Their result was not the worst of the latest CONCACAF qualifiers as Anguilla were thumped 13-0 by 2018 World Cup finalists Panama.