November 15, 2022 (Jack87 News) – The 2022 Qatar World Cup will finally see the lights on November 21 after four years. In Group F of this World Cup BK8, Canada, Morocco, Belgium and Croatia will compete for two qualifying places. In the 2022 World Cup qualifiers in North America and the Caribbean, Canada beat Jamaica 4-0 at home, locking in tickets for the World Cup in advance.
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This will be their first appearance in the World Cup after 36 years. Ranked 41st by FIFA, the team will be headed by coach John Hedman and captain Hoilet Boda8, together with vice-captain Milan Boljan. Their all-time top scorer Kyle Larin is still the current top scorer among active players in team history with 25 goals.
In 1986, Canada qualified in the World Cup for the first time. However, they failed to score a goal in the group stage and lost all three games and were eliminated early. This is also the team’s only World Cup experience so far. In the 2022 World Cup, the Canadian team, which has gathered many young stars, has walked out of Central and North America, and the team will once again move towards the goal of creating history.
From the perspective of overall strength, the Canadian team is undoubtedly the weakest team in this group. Canada’s opponent in the first game is Belgium on November 24. For Canada Bet99, this game is to adapt to the rhythm of the World Cup and learn more experience from it. In the second game against Croatia on the 28th of the same month, the opponent’s strength is much higher considering that the Croatian team became the runner-up in the last World Cup. The last game against Morocco on December 1 is the most likely game for Canada to create history.