Canadian team qualifies for the World Cup after 36 years | News

The Canadian soccer team qualified this Sunday for the Qatar 2022 World Cup after beating Jamaica in the Concacaf Qualifiers, in this way the team returns to the top competition after 36 years of absence.

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Canada thrashed Jamaica 4-0 with goals from Cylen Larin in the 13th minute, Tajon Buchanan in the 44th minute, while Junior Hoilett and Adrián Mariappa sealed the Canadian win where the fans exploded with happiness.

With this victory, the Canadians return to the World Cup since 1986, on that occasion they shared a group with the Soviet Union, Hungary and France, at that time they lost all the matches and came out in the first round.

Another of the matches that took place in the Concacaf Qualifiers was that of Costa Rica, who defeated El Salvador 2-1 as a visitor.

Meanwhile, at night, the United States faces Panama and Honduras receives Mexico in Tegucigalpa.