World Cup 2022: Canada's record victory over the Cayman Islands

World Cup 2022: Canada’s record victory over the Cayman Islands

The CONCACAF World Cup qualifying match, which was originally scheduled to take place on Sunday, was scheduled to begin Tuesday between Canada and the Cayman Islands due to travel difficulties and security measures due to the coronavirus: Canada won 11-0, topping CONCACAF. World Cup second group of qualifiers.

Alfonso Davis (in white) managed to face the Cayman Islands (Photo: canadasoccer.com)

Vancouver Whitecaps striker Lucas Cavallini made 11 substitutions in the 60th minute, scoring three goals between the 68th and 76th minutes – including doubling Alfonso Davis by scoring once and wasting a penalty. North America team.

The 11-0 success is the biggest difference ever for the Canadian national team, as Fed captain John Herdman outperformed their 8-0 win over the US Virgin Islands three years ago. Incidentally, this is also a record for the Caymans, and it’s their biggest defeat.

2 minutes, 11 goals – Summary

WC 2022, eligible
CONCACAF region
1. RUN
Group B.

Cayman Islands – Canada 0-11

Group Status: 1. Canada 6 points (16-1, 2 matches) 2. Suriname 6 (9-0, 2 matches) 3. Bermuda 0 (1-5), 4. Aruba 0 (0-6), Cayman Islands 0 (0-14, 2 matches)

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