Canada’s national team wins the opening World Cup qualifier 0: 1 Costa Rica Lost. After losing to a man on Thursday evening (local time), the table leader missed out on just one more point for the second World Cup participation in his history in the North and Central America finals. Mark-Anthony Kaye received a second yellow card in the 34th minute when Celso Borges scored the winning goal just before half-time.
Costa Rica advanced to fourth place in the table by winning on home soil and revived their Qatar travel hopes. The first three teams of the Continental Confederation CONCACAF will qualify directly for the World Cup final later this year, while the fourth-placed team will advance to the playoffs against Oceania.
Teams from United States And Mexico, 0-0 in straight fights. Both teams are three points behind Canada with 22 points each and three points ahead of Costa Rica. There is still two days left in the game.
Canada meets Jamaica in the final on Sunday. The United States faces fifth-placed Panama after a 1-1 draw with Honduras, but still have a chance of qualifying for the World Cup live. Honduras is at the bottom of the table and hosts Mexico in the final qualifying round.
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