2022 FIFA World Cup™ – News – El Salvador, Panama and Canada are ahead

2022 FIFA World Cup™ - News - El Salvador, Panama and Canada are ahead
  • El Salvador, Panama and Canada have won the first leg of their second round.
  • The second leg will be played on Tuesday (June 15).
  • There are three tickets available for Concacaf’s final qualifying tournament.

El Salvador, Panama and Canada have won the first leg of their second round, moving them one step closer to qualifying for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar™ for the North, Central American and Caribbean regions.

The second leg will be played next Tuesday (June 15). The three winning teams complete the field of the final eighth tournament, with teams from Costa Rica, the United States, Honduras, Jamaica and Mexico already waiting to purchase 3.5 tickets to the World Cup Finals.


St. Kitts and Nevis 0-4 El Salvador
Haiti 0–1 Canada
Panama 2-1 Curacao


Protector Brought up against his own merit with a 4-0 win St. Kitts and Nevis In the way David Rugamas once again became a star with his two hits. The striker has now hit the net in his team’s last five matches and has scored a total of eight goals.

Joshua Perez and Darwin Seren scored other goals for El Salvador, who have been clean in eight of their last nine matches. This is the first time since qualifying for South Africa in 2010 that they are looking to reach the final round of CONCACAF qualification.

but Canada was able to look forward to a distant victory and defeat Haiti very close. It was the fifth consecutive victory against a Caribbean team in World Cup qualification.

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Cyle Larrin scored the only goal of the game, her sixth goal in the last five games in the competition. The Canadians have not played in the knockout rounds since a qualifier for France in 1998 when they finished last.

The Haitians had won their last four games without conceding a goal.

Panama meanwhile had to work harder than expected curacao To beat 2-1 at home. Alberto Quintero and Cecilio Waterman both scored in the second half canalerosHe set his best record in the competition since the 2011/12 season with his sixth consecutive win.

Rangelo Janga equalized late for Curaçao, who for the second time in its history allowed only more than one goal in 12 games. Time will tell whether a late target will be crucial in determining the series.

Photos: We thank Federación Salvadoreña de Ftbol (@LaSelectaSLV) and Federación Panameña de Fútbol (@Fepafut) for the photos provided.

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