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Canada Qualifies To Men’s World Cup For The First Time in 36 Years 

Canada officially guaranteed its spot at the 2022 FIFA World Cup with their 4-0 win over Jamaica. They have been absent from the men’s World cup for the past 36 years. 

On Sunday, coach Herdman’s team was able to beat Jamaica with an impressive score of 4-0. The first half goals were courtesy of Cyle Larin and Tajon Buchanan, while in the second half Junior Hoilett made it 3-0, and Jamaica’s Adrian Mariappa scored an own goal. 

This will be Canada’s second World Cup appearance. “The sky’s the limit,” said Atiba Hutchinson, the 39-year-old Canadian midfielder. “We’re going to be ready to go there at the World Cup and put ourselves really on the map, we’ve got a lot of confidence and we believe that we can do well,” he added. 



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