After 36 years, the Canadian men's football team can finally dream of the impossible
A burst of emotion gripped the cold BMO Field after defeating Jamaica
The referee whistles his last whistle. The Canadian men won their first place in the World Cup since 1986 with a 4-0 victory
A waving, sold-out crowd of 29,122 people, who stood for most of their struggle in the harsh cold and steamy air
Immediately realized with the release of emotion that they were finally wasting their time. day.
Cyle Larin, the top Canadian scorer of all time, who set a record on Sunday
When the 13th minute by returning an amazing weightlifting ball from Stephen Eustáquio,
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