Make no mistake about it, this was a very poor performance by Canada, with the squad looking less effective in all facets of the game compared to the solid efforts in their last two matches. It says a lot about how quickly Floro has raised the standards that a draw away in Central America is […]
Canada needs to put this game behind them quickly and focus on a match on Tuesday which will determine whether or not they move on the next round and a shot at qualifying for Brazil 2014.
The French superstar was simply awesome and was dangerous every time he had the ball at his feet, both during the run of play and in dead ball situations. While the players in the TFC are likely frustrated beyond belief by the occurrence of yet another loss, they simply have to tip their hats to a world class player who simply took over this game and carried his team to a home victory.
On this day, it’s impossible not to see Montreal’s inability to find a winner as anything less than a major hit to their already slim playoff hopes.
Only the weeks and months ahead will truly decide whether or not this incarnation of the Canadian team will be the perfect confluence of chemistry, brotherhood and experience. That said, the recent signs have been positive.