Canada beat Jamaica 4-0 in Toronto, qualifying for the World Cup for the first time in 36 years.
Canada’s win over relegated Jamaica in this year’s final in the Confederations Cup saw Cass Larin, Tajon Buchanan, Junior High and Adrian Maripa all score three points.
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The victory sparked a wild party at the 30,000-capacity BMO venue in Toronto, where Canada, the last country to compete in the 1986 Mexico Games, had gathered for a second World Cup qualifier.
With a big three-point lead, they have just one game left on Sunday to secure a place in Canada with two games to go.
When Canada blew its whistle, that goal was never in doubt. Larry was able to open the scoring five minutes later, but was saved by Jonathan David from a long-range shot from Jamaican goalkeeper Andre Blake.
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But Larry made no mistake in purchasing the Canadian opener in the 13th minute. Former Portugal Under-21 international Stephen Ustacoyo opened the Jamaican defense with a double and found Larry, who calmly left the game and put on a spectacular display.
The remaining half was a question of when Canada would extend its lead after a red jersey surrounded by Jamaica’s goal.
David had to double Canada’s lead in the 15th minute but went eight yards out and bounced off Buchanan in the 21st minute.
Jonathan Osorio’s shot in the 34th minute was saved by Buchanan Osorio.
Larin, who escaped in the 38th minute after being hit off the field by Canadian coach John Herdman, hit the post a short distance from the post.
However, Reggae Boys’ opposition eventually came to an end when Jamaica seemed to have only one goal in the first half.
David crossed over from a distance, lost his marker, took a touch and buried the end in the bottom corner.
That turned the field spectator into a party, and Canada’s dominance continued in the second half, only when the hosts created the opportunity after the chance.
In the end, the English champions won the game with a 3-0 win over Buchanan.
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The defender found the ball in the air and the Jamaican defender Maripa split the score 4-0 with his own goal.