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Canada had no compassion for El Salvador

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Canada had no compassion for El Salvador

The Canadian women’s soccer team, fresh off their historic gold medal win at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, showed their dominance once again as they defeated El Salvador’s Selecta Femenina 6-0 in the first match of Group C at the Gold Cup W in Houston.

Despite the support of a good number of fans at the Shell Energy Stadium, El Salvador’s team, led by coach Eric Acuña, struggled in both defense and offense throughout the match. The early goal from Chloe Lacasse in the 3rd minute set the tone for the game, with Canada continuing to create dangerous opportunities and scoring five more goals throughout the match.

The Salvadoran team, unable to find their rhythm against the relentless attacks from the Canadians, will now look to bounce back in their next match against Costa Rica to keep their hopes of advancing to the quarterfinals alive. Coach Acuña’s decision to field the same starting lineup that secured a 3-1 victory against Guatemala backfired as his team was outplayed by the Canadians.

Despite making some changes during the match, including bringing in Isabella Recinos for a injured player, El Salvador was unable to find a way back into the game. With the result against them from the beginning, the Salvadoran team struggled to challenge Canadian goalkeeper Sabrina D’Angelo.

Ultimately, the match highlighted the contrasting levels of play between the two teams, with Canada showcasing their strength and skill as they look to make a mark in the Gold Cup W tournament. The Salvadoran team will need to regroup quickly and come back stronger in their next match to keep their tournament hopes alive.

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