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Canada learn what World Cup soccer is all about in defeat to Uruguay


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Uruguay ran out and scored twice in the first 33 minutes to beat Canada. Overwhelmingly, in a World Cup preparation friendly Tuesday, Canada vs Uruguay. Hence, at the Narodny Futbalovy Stadium in Bratislava, Slovakia.

In Canada Vs Uruguay match, the loss comes on following the Canada’s stunning 2-0 victory against Qatar. Hence, at their very first friendly match of the September window on Friday night in Vienna, Austria.

Uruguay began scoring within the 6th minute. Thus, with an incredible free kick from Nicolas de la Cruz inside the area of the post.

La Celeste doubled that advantage in the 33rd minute. Hence, when Darwin Nunez headed in a Luis Suarez cross. Furthermore, threatened to increase their lead more.

After starting with a slow start. Canada grew into the game and had a great chance to get scoring just after the hour time. But, Uruguay goalkeeper Sergio Rochet prevented Jonathan David’s low effort to prevent an angle.

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Canada who are in Group F together with Belgium, Morocco and Croatia. Thus, will be playing a final warm-up prior to they make their debut World Cup appearance since 1986. Les Rouges play Japan starting in Dubai on 17th November.

Three Things

The big picture is that Canada Vs Uruguay, The match was an important step. Importantly, in the game for Canada that had not played in a Uruguayan team. That is, of the same heritage in the John Herdman era. After having a rough time at first. Team Canada grew into the game, which must be considered as a positive for the head coach. Especially, in light of the teams that are scheduled to play in the months of November and December.

MOMENT OF THE MATCH: Conceding in the first 10 minutes was definitely a disappointment the Les Rouges. It was a brilliant strike by Nicolas de la Cruz. Who slid his free kick on the wall of four players and had Milan Borjan only able to take a touch to his River Plate midfielder’s shot.

Man of the Match: The Canadians with the most experience in Europe appeared more relaxed during the game. Canada Vs Uruguay, and that included Jonathan David, the 22-year-old Lille forward who was the most likely to score.

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Next Up
CAN: Thursday, November 17 vs. Japan | International friendly
URU: Thursday, November 24 vs. South Korea | World Cup, Group H

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