Canada qualifies for 2022 World Cup, Alphonso Davies reaction shines light on all

COMPAS.com – National team defender Canada who plays in the club Bayern Munich, Alphonse Daviescan’t hold back the joy and emotion after his country qualified for the final World Cup 2022.

Alphonso Davies’ reaction when he saw the Canadian national team qualify for the 2022 World Cup suddenly became the public star of world football.

Canada’s national team is confirmed to qualify for the 2022 World Cup finals after defeating Jamaica in game day 13 Concacaf qualifying zones (North, Central America and the Caribbean).

Canada won 4-0 in the match against Jamaica which took place at BMO Field, Toronto on Monday (28/3/2022) early morning WIB.

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Canada’s winning goals were scored by Cyle Larin (13′), Tajon Buchanan (44′), Junior Hoilett (83′) and Adrian Mariappa (89′ own).

With the victory, Canada remains at the top of the standings world cup qualifying Concacaf Zone 2022.

Canada leads the standings with 28 points from eight wins, four draws and one loss.

They are three points ahead of the United States and Mexico, second and third respectively.

The United States and Mexico each have 25 points from 13 matches.

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The United States are entitled to second place due to the advantage on goal difference over third-placed Mexico.

Top-ranked Canada are confident of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup as they are already six points clear of fourth-placed Costa Rica with just one remaining. only qualifying series. game day.

This means it is impossible for Canada to catch Costa Rica, who are now in fourth place.

For information, there are only three teams from the Concacaf zone that will automatically qualify for the 2022 World Cup final.

Also read: South American Zone World Cup qualifying results: Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Ecuador advance to Qatar

Meanwhile, the fourth-placed team still had hopes of qualifying, but had to go through the rounds playoffs intercontinental by fighting the representatives of the Oceania Zone.

After Canada’s qualification for the 2022 World Cup was confirmed, Alphonso Davies, who could only watch his teammates struggle from the screen, could not hold back his feelings of emotion and joy.

This is the first time the Canadian national team has qualified for the World Cup final after a 36-year wait.

Alphonso Davies can only enjoy these historic small screen moments as he is currently recovering from a heart condition.

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Even though he was only watching from the screen, Alphonso Davies seemed to feel the emotion and joy created on the pitch.

This can be seen from the reaction of Alphonso Davies which was immortalized through a live streaming platform called Twitch.

In the live broadcast, Alphonso Davies was seen watching the game between Canada and Jamaica.

When Canada finished the game with a win, Alphonso Davies immediately got up from his chair and lay down on the floor.

The famously fast left-back was in tears as he uttered a few sentences that showed his joy.

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“I’m going to the World Cup. We’re going to the World Cup, guys! I can’t believe it,” said Alphonso Davies, in tears of joy, as quoted by International goals.

“I cried. My dream came true,” said Alphonso Davies.

Alphonso Davies’ reaction when the Canadian national team qualified for the 2022 World Cup became the star of the public.

By his reaction, Alphonso Davies seemed to represent the joy of the Canadian national team.

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