Guatemala, February 22. The sub’17 teams of Canada and Panama qualified this Wednesday for the World Cup of the category which will take place in Peru from November this year.

The two countries have sealed their ticket to the U17 World Cup after leaving Puerto Rico and Honduras on the road in the quarter-finals of the World Cup being held in Guatemala, hosted by the North American Football Confederation , Central and Caribbean (Concacaf).

The Canadians beat Puerto Rico 3-0 thanks to goals from Kyler Vojvodic (in the 8th minute), Antoine N’Diaye (36′) and Lazar Stefanovic (55′).

For its part, Panama beat Honduras 2-1 thanks to goals from Leonel Vaquedano (50′) and Joshua Pierre (91′), while for the Central Americans Russel Cruz (93′) lost.

In the other two quarter-finals, played on Tuesday, the United States qualified for the World Cup with Mexico, having eliminated Guatemala and El Salvador respectively.

The CONCACAF World Cup taking place in Guatemala will continue on Friday with the semi-final, where Mexico will play against Panama, while the United States will face Canada, with the four teams already qualified for the World Cup. in Peru 2023.

The competition started on February 11 with the participation of more than 20 Concacaf teams and will conclude with the grand final next Sunday. EFE


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