Canada ended the CONCACAF pre-world championship despite losing in Panama

Qualified Panama defeated Canada 1-0 on Wednesday in the last date of the eight-way CONCACAF qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup, a result that did not prevent North America from finishing first in the preliminary round.

by AFP

The goal of the match, which was held at the Rommel Fernandez Stadium, in Panama City, Gabriel Torres (49) scored in a duel on very few occasions where the Panamanians showed more momentum than their opponent, were very inaccurate and slow at times.

After the Octagon’s last date, Canada took first place in the table with 28 points, the same with Mexico but with a higher goal difference.

The United States also qualified for the World Cup by occupying third place with 25 points, similar to Costa Rica, which ranked fourth and will go to the play-off against New Zealand.

Panama with 21 points, Jamaica with 11, El Salvador with 10 and Honduras with 4 points were eliminated from the race in the World Cup.

The United States and Mexico secured their places in the World Cup on Wednesday during the final day of CONCACAF qualifiers.

The United States and Mexico, both with 25 points, came into perfect position for the final day, taking a 3 point lead over Costa Rica, fourth in the table and last with sporting odds to fight for a direct ticket to Qatar. ..

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