one of The most bizarre plays of the year in world football It happened on Tuesday night. In the second round match of the CONCACAF World Cup Qatar 2022 qualifiers between Canada s Haiti, the visiting team goalkeeper made a mistake that went viral on social networks. Jose Duverger twice tried to clear the ball near his goal and the ball ended up entering the goal.
They ran the first 27 seconds of the second stage of the fencing between Canadians and Haitians played in Toyota Park Illinois State when Duverger received a pass from Kevin LaFrance, one of the team’s defenders, after kickoff. With the result being zero, The visiting goalkeeper initially tried to stop the ball but the ball slipped under the sole of his right leg..
Then Already very close to the goal line but still had time to refuse, player number 12 from Haiti tried to clear the ball, but also missed the right hand and the ball slowly entered his goal.. Transfer photos of the meeting focused on Duverger, who couldn’t believe what had happened to him until one of his colleagues encouraged him to continue. Canadian portal OneSoccerResponsible for spreading football news in his country, he posted the video and has already achieved more than two million views.
This was the goal that opened the score for Canada, which finished 3-0 to continue its path through the rankings towards the next World Cup to be held in a year and a half. He scored the other goals in the match Kyle Larin s Junior Howlett. In the first leg, the Canadians won 1-0. With an aggregate score of 4-0, North America wiped out Central America أمريكا In the second round, it advanced to the next stage along with Mexico, the United States, Honduras, Costa Rica, Panama and Jamaica.
At just 21 years old, Duverger has been the hero of one of the most bizarre blunders of recent times. Archer, who was born in the Canadian city of Montreal, is active in Vitoria Setubal From the first division football league in Portugal. In 2016, when he was 16 years old, he was called up for assessment in the youth teams of his home country, but he finally joined Haiti’s under-20 team for the CONCACAF Championship of that category played in 2017.
In November of the same year, At the age of 17, the goalkeeper made his debut for the Haitian national team In a friendly match that ended 1-0 in favor of Central America against the Emirates national team.
Until today, his professional career has continued in all Portuguese clubs. It was his first appearance with him Belainensis In the 2015-2016 season and then ended up in Sporting Lisbon (2016-2018) until he lodged in Setubal.