Carlos Salcedo is the Canadian Football Champion

nOr there is no doubt that football Replays matches This situation was on Saturday by the Mexican Carlos Salcedo She left Canadian soccer champion.

Only at the beginning of the year left Mexican football, after three years with Tigers UANLwhere he was a hero League and ConcachampionsAlthough he has been heavily criticized for his level of play, today he faces a different scenario with him Toronto FC.where he was a starter and just won the cup.

It should be noted that This new title is the one that was on hold in 2020FC Toronto was seeded for this tournament, but was unable to compete due to the sports break caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, and for this reason, it had to be played on June 4, two years after it was postponed.

Toronto vs. Forge FC:

Bob Bradleythe legendary American coach, sent all his stars to the field, including Carlos Salcedo and Alejandro PozuelosWho opened the match by scoring a Great goal by his left foot That ended with the opposing goalkeeper’s angle.

However, the feature was short-lived and Tristan Burgess scored the equalizer for Hamiltonwith a shot inside the area, which maintained parity and took the match into a penalty shootout.

In this round to determine the champion, Toronto ended up winning 5-4 Thus, he obtained his eighth title in Canadian Championshipa competition in which they are the top soccer winners of the maple leaf country.

Technical sheet:

Forge FC: Triston Henry Alexander Ashinoti Johnson, Owner Olabi Bellow, Ashton Morgan (Branch 84 Kwasi Boko), Resart Rama; Aboubacar Sissoko (sub. 75′ Emery Welshman), Alessandro Hojabrpour, Kyle Bekker; Tristan Borges (goal in the 60th minute, substitute at 67, Wupence Pasios), David Schweiner and Teran Campbell.

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Toronto F. Quentin Westberg: Cosie Thompson, Lucas McNaughton (90 Ralph Presso), Carlos Salcedo, Luca Petrasso (64 Caden Chong); Jayden Nelson (Branch 45 Jacob Schaffelburg), Michael Bradley, Dender Kerr; Io Aquinola (79′ Jordan Perosa), Alejandro Pozuelo and Jes Jimenez.

Objectives: Alejandro Pozuelo 57 min 1-0; Tristan Borges 60 minutes 1-1.

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