DeRo’s Brace Puts Canada into the Group of Death

Dale Mitchell’s Canadian side continued its rise in CONCACAF with a 4-1 victory over St Vincent on Friday night and now enters the group of death in CONCACAF with Jamaica, Honduras and presumably Mexico. It can be strongly argued (as it will be here) that four of the five best CONCACAF footballing nations at this point in time have been drawn together in an impossible group for qualifying. Dwayne DeRosario added to continued success of MLS players this World Cup qualifying cycle (while MLS itself insists on accelerating their schedule during these qualifiers ensuring players like DeRosario, Carlos Ruiz, Kei Kamara and others who are giving credit to the league with their performances abroad miss as many club matches as possible) with two goals. Canada won the two leg tie by an aggregate score of 7-1.

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