Canada vs El Salvador Today : Canadians get big qualifying win


Canadians get big qualifying win : Canada vs El Salvador

Canada vs El Salvador : After the men’s team beat El Salvador 3-0 at home. Canada’s dream of the World Cup is very active.

This is a mission accomplished for Canada, which achieved the great home victory they were looking for and finished the first three heats undefeated with 5 points (102 records).

Atiba Hutchinson and Jonathan David scored goals in the first 11 minutes to help Canada achieve a decisive victory.

Influential winger Tajon Buchanan hit a triple in the second half, allowing Canada to end the game easily after El Salvador’s strong comeback.

The Canadian team won without superstar Alfonso Davis, who returned to Germany after a knee injury in the previous game. Star forward Ser Lalin did not participate in the game after starting the first two games.

Canada will continue to seek to host the first FIFA World Cup since 1986, when it will have the next three qualifiers in October.

After the away game between Mexico (October 7) and Jamaica (October 10). They will play against Panama at home (October 10).

There are 8 countries vying for seats at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, and each team will have 14 qualifiers in the final round.

The first three teams in the classification will automatically obtain the place of Qatar, while the fourth classified will go to the intercontinental playoffs.

The Canadian team opened the final qualifying round with 11 draws at home against Honduras. And then played another match with 11 draws at home against the United States.

The 30 victories in El Salvador sent a clear message to the other CONCACAF members that Canada is serious.

Canada’s next opponent, the giants of Central and North America and the Caribbean, Mexico, was warned before the semi-finals of the Gold Cup. Canada should have won.

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