May 17, 2022

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‘Zoro’ focuses on Costa Rica’s chances in match against Canada: “They are short, but Cel has more chances”

The three games coming to an end in the octagonal selection for the Qatar 2022 World Cup will be heartbreaking and will leave one Cemetery DiCos or Canalero unwilling.

Which team will better cope with the World Cup qualifiers in Panama or Costa Rica? The Canaleros will have Hondurans, Americans and Canadians as rivals, while DiCos will face Canada, El Salvador and the United States.

In the world of equestrianism the “reaching horse, winning” is guaranteed. However, this Panama team so far, it is a strong competitor.

It will be an experienced Costa Rican fight that has already tasted victory, ready to repeat its second World Cup from the first moment against a rival.

Only when they actually bite their teeth will it be known that any hearts and minds are best prepared to endure this tremendous closure.

Dicos or canalores. There is no domain for so many people. The Panamanians have 17 points and the Costa Ricans have 16 points so they will come in with a bit of a preference for the final series.

It should be noted that both Americans and Mexicans are not fully categorized with 21 points, but although not everything is written in football, they can be very difficult to achieve.

“The chances are slim, but Cel has one more chance, and the first game against Canada will dictate to me whether Cel gets all the chances to get to that fourth place,” said Carlos Hernandez. .

Costa Rica has made tremendous progress in reaching points over the past three days as it reached 10 out of 12 units in its last presentation.

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In addition, the deserving presentation of the tricolor flag at the Azteca Stadium against the Mexicans was surprising, taken as a sport, and I divide the negative history of the conflicts into the said context of the Mexican capital.

The match against Jamaica, in the most complex situation ever in Kingston, changed from low to high, and even the maximum penalty was missed, which would have given the best result.

For this reason, the experienced former midfielder of the national team, Carlos Hernandez, did not throw the piece and, despite all the difficulties that come with it, considers the tricolor alive.



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