Canada qualified for the World Cup after 36 years

The Canadian national football team secured a place in the World Cup last night, for the first time in 36 years, after beating Jamaica 4-0 at home.

Round before the end of the CONCACAF qualifiers, Canada is first on the table with 28 points, ie it has three points more than the United States and Mexico.

The Canadian national team has participated in the World Cup only once in 1986, in Mexico.

The victory of the team led by the Red Star goalkeeper Milan Borjan was brought by Kyle Larin in the 13th minute, Tejon Buchanan in the 44th, Junior Holliet in the 83rd and Adrian Mariapa with an own goal in the 88th minute.

The football players of the USA celebrated against Panama with a convincing 5: 1, with three goals by Kristijan Pulišić, while Mexico was better than Honduras with 1: 0.

Costa Rica beat El Salvador away with 2: 1 and thus kept the fourth position with 22 points, which leads to additional qualifications.

Panama is fifth on the table with 18 points, El Salvarod collected ten, Jamaica eight points, while Honduras is last on the table with four points.

In the last round of qualifications, Costa Rica, the United States, Jamaica, Honduras, Mexico, El Salvador and Panama Canada will meet.

By Editor

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