After a 2-1 victory over Mexico, Canada is well on its way to qualify for their first World Cup since 1986. Cyle Larin’s brace gave him his 11th goal in World Cup Qualifying (all stages) for Canada, allowing them to finish the round atop the Concacaf table.
The Mexican national team is going through its worst moment in the dispute for a ticket to the qualifiers for the Qatar 2022 World Cup. The Mexican team went into the November FIFA Date as the absolute leader of the CONCACAF octagonal and ended up in third place after its second consecutive defeat, losing 2-0 to Canada in Edmonton.
Mexico was outplayed on the scoreboard, but the feeling is that El Tri lost due to individual errors rather than a genuine superiority of the Canadians, who climbed to the top of the standings thanks to a brace by Cyle Larin, who scored goals at 47′ and 51′.
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The first half began with very low points in terms of soccer performance, progressed through brief periods of better performance by the Mexican team, and ended with the Canadians taking control of the game.