Panama are third in the draw, just one point behind their rival, the Canadian delegate on Wednesday.
Panama – Panama traveled to Canada on Monday to face the octagonal final of the FIFA World Cup 2022 CONCACAF qualifying rounds., with high morale after his victory over the United States, but knowing that Wednesday’s match will be “complicated”.
The team’s coach, Thomas Christiansen, described the match as “the toughest match” in this three-way tie-break history.
“It is not the right conditions to compete, starting from it is a long journey, we have reached dawn, but we will compete to give another joy to the fans,” he said. Christiansen At the conference last Sunday.
Panama He did light training with players who didn’t see any action or within a few minutes The duel they won 1-0 over the United States.
Cesar Yannis, Real Zaragoza’s player in the Spanish second division, indicated that facing these three-match elimination dates is difficult because “the recovery is very short, but the team has prepared well.”
On CanadaGiannis knows it’s a “strong and fast” team.
“We haven’t seen videos of the opponent yet, but we know it’s going to be a very tough match,” he said.
Picture of Eduardo GuerreroFor his part, he said from Maccabi Tel Aviv, Israel, that the group is focused on obtaining a ticket for the World Cup in Qatar. “The qualifying rounds are something we have to fight until the last minute, now we are focusing on ourselves and on the next match, which will be another final one.”
Panama is in third place with 8 points, and Canada is in fourth place with 7 points.