On Monday night, Canada defeated the Cayman Islands 11-0 in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers in Bradenton, Florida, and achieved the best result in history.
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The Canadians were the first to enter Group B and now have two victories in many games, with a huge gap of 15 points. In addition, mainly because of the statistics, Canadians have not slowed down.
Coach John Hedman said: “With a huge difference like ours, it provides us with more room for the next game.” He does not want to use the wrong test in Sunday’s game. Postpone the game, so the victory will not be lost. COVID-19 in the Cayman Islands.
Hedman said: “These guys are cruel, which allowed us to set this record.” More importantly, this is a game that allows us to prepare for the next game. “
After allowing six goals in the first half, the Cayman Islands seemed to perform better in the second period, but Canada scored another five goals between the 63rd and 76th minutes, including The 61st place came from a hat trick by Lucas Cavallini.
Mark-Anthony Kaye and Alphonso Davies won doubles.
The Canadian has an absolute advantage with 44 strokes and 75% possession.
It must be said that no player in the Cayman Islands can compete professionally, and it proves that.
We can only sympathize with the young 21-year-old goalkeeper Albertini Holness, who went all out before Quebecer Maxime Crépeau was shot. Because he didn’t shoot.
The Canadians quickly showed their opponents that with a score in the 5th minute of the first half, the evening would be very long and they moved the rope 6 times.
It was the night of youth. Frank Sturing (5th minute), David Wotherspoon (25th), Mark-Anthony Kaye (32nd) and Alistair Johnston (42nd) all scored their first goals for the Maple Leafs. .