Why is the match of Barbados and Grenada in '94 referred to as the most bizarre match ever?

A record number of red cards.
There weren't any goalkeepers.
The match lasted two days.
For strategic reasons - own goal.
On January 27, 1994, the Barbados national football team and Grenada national football team played against each other as part of the qualification round for the 1994 Caribbean Cup. Due to an unusual scoring rule, as well as the two teams' respective positions in the tournament, it was alternately in the best interest of first Barbados, then Grenada, to score an own goal. The result has been described as "o ne of the strangest football matches ever".
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A record number of red cards.
There weren't any goalkeepers.
The match lasted two days.
For strategic reasons - own goal.
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