Best chances of participating in the World Cup for the first time since 1986
The two teams were only one point apart before the game in the CONCACAF group. Because the United States surprisingly only played a draw against Jamaica, Canada now has 16 points at the top of the World Cup qualifiers in North and Central America, ahead of the United States (15) and Mexico (14). The top three will go straight to the World Cup, with fourth place still with a chance to go to the playoffs. As the leader of the table, with six games to go, Canada has its best chance of participating in the World Cup for the first time since 1986.
A promising intermediate result, which is not only due to the fact that Canada’s winter home games have shocked opponents. Rather, Canadian football is on the rise. For decades, the association has invested primarily in successful women’s football; In recent years, men have also done basic work. Colleges and talent academies.
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It now provides the first result. Furthermore, similar to the neighboring United States, which is also successful with young players, more and more Canadian talent is now playing and developing at the highest level in Europe. First and foremost, of course, the young star alphonso davis, FC Bayern’s winger recently impressed in the national outfit, in a 4-1 win against Panama, with his goal after an irresistible singles run. with joeOnathan David, tajon buchanan And larin, the match winner against Mexico, has other players under contract with European clubs, none of them older than 22 years. With 22 goals in the national jersey, double scorer Larin is already the record scorer of all time. dwayne de rosario Open minded.
The Canadian men’s football team hasn’t had that much talent for a long time. ,Right now everything is coming out that we have been waiting for many, many yearsSaid Record International Atiba Hutchinson After the victory against Mexico “Toronto Star“. After several unsuccessful years with the national team, the 38-year-old is experiencing an entirely new enthusiasm for football in the country:”A few years ago, we couldn’t have imagined that we would come to Edmonton and the stadium was almost sold out.,
National coach Herdman: “The country dreams of Qatar”
as well as national coach John Hardman, who has previously coached Canada’s women’s soccer team, believes her team is ready to break out of football’s insignificance. “What we’re seeing is a new Canada. We’re no longer just lined up to slaughter”Hardman said on radio station “CBC.” “The whole country dreams of going to Qatar. We fight for it, no matter what it costs.” Even if it’s quite hot in there.
Stand: 17.11.2021, 12:55
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