In Canada, the World Cup qualifiers live as they should, celebrating the best generation in all of its history and the illusion of returning to the World Cup. Time and time again, the coaching staff and players have stated that they want to show that hockey is not everything in their country and the work of the national team demonstrates this by calling up its top stars.
Because it can never be lost, Alphonso Davies on the field will be captain of this corps and coach John Herdman has decided not to keep one of his weapons for the next matches of the Octagon Final. This is before Costa Rica and Mexico. Even after the injury, the England player will be able to count on Milan Burgan once again in goal, and this is the first name his opponents have to worry about.
“These home games present different challenges and we are ready for them, but, as always, it is about going game by game and with a full house on the Commonwealth Stadium we will fight for the most points,” Herdman said in a press release.
“The bottom line after each window is to finish in the top three, but These games will give us the opportunity to get away from Costa Rica and get closer to Mexico. The stakes are high, but with our people we can do it“he added.
The passion in his words seeks to ignite the Canadian fan so that Edmonton can live his football afternoons like few people do. Also, to add incentives to having your followers, They will see Davis for the first time since he started his journey with the Vancouver Whitecaps at the age of 14. The duel against Ticos will be on November 12, while Tricolor will be received on the 16th.
Announcement of the Canada-Costa Rica-Mexico match
goalkeepers: Milan Burgin (Red Star), Maxime Crepeau (Vancouver Whitecaps) and James Pantimis (Montreal)
Defenses: Derek Cornelius (Panitolikos FC), Donnell Henry (Suwon Samsung Bluewings), Kemal Miller (Montreal), Stephen Vitoria (Morriense), Samuel Adekogby (Hattispur FC), Alistair Johnston (Nashville SC) and Richie Larrea (Toronto FC)
Midfielders: Tajon Buchanan (New England Revolution), Alfonso Davies (Bayern Munich), Stephen Ostaciu (Pacos de Ferreira), Atiba Hutchinson (Besiktas), Marc Anthony Kay (Colorado Rapids), Jonathan Osorio (Toronto FC), Samuel Peet (CF) Montreal) and David Waterspoon (St Johnston Club)
Attackers: Lucas Cavallini (Vancouver Whitecaps), Jonathan David (Lille), Kyle Larrain (Besiktas), Liam Millar (FC Basel) and Ike Ogbo (KRC Genk)