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Qatar 2022, Canada at the World Cup

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4-0 Over Jamaica decisive: Pass torn with one round remaining. Oceania: Final match New Zealand-Solomon Islands. The winner will challenge for a fourth category from North Central America

A historic victory. Canada returns to World Cup after 36 years with a 4-0 win over Jamaica. Lauren and Buchanan’s goals already led the way in the first half, and then the Canadians managed without major worries, sealing Qatar’s qualification for the 2022 final with their own goals from Hoylett and Mariappa. North Americans have not seen Mexico since 1986 and this extraordinary return to the final stage was the son of a revolution that led their players as heroes in the leading leagues in Europe.

In Oceania

The final match of the Oceania team is the New Zealand-Solomon Islands (Wednesday 19 Italy). The winner will then challenge the fourth-placed team from North and Central America: whoever wins will receive the pass for Qatar 2022. The Solomon Islands beat Papua New Guinea 3-2 (another goal by 19-year-old Lee), while New Zealand embassy defender Liberto Caucasus beat Tahiti by one goal. Nico Kirwan also played for New Zealand, the son of Padua midfielder and John, a former blue rugby coach and world champion in 1987 with All Blacks.

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